St. Patrick’s Day Table: a mix of vintage and modern touches with lots of green for the perfect St. Patrick’s Day table decorations.
These St. Patrick’s Day table decorations have the perfect amount of vintage charm, mixed with modern pieces. If you’re looking for some St. Patrick’s Day table decorations that are vintage inspired you’ll love this one.
Vintage St. Patrick’s Day Touches
The star of the table has to be this little Irish couple of figurines that are music boxes. I was lucky enough to find them at the thrift store.
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They’re pretty adorable. They’re not in perfect condition, but they look great here. And they play the sweetest Irish tune too.
These figurines set the tone for the rest of the table -and inspired including some more vintage touches.
I found the vintage St. Patrick’s Day cards at my favourite antique shop. The store has lots of old cards from Christmas and Easter, but it was tricky to find these St. Patrick’s Day ones. What a lucky treasure!
I added one to each plate, and then sprinkled the rest around the table.
At each placesetting we used pottery plates, and gold cutlery -which seemed so perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. The green glasses and green napkins add a little more of that signature colour for St. Patrick’s Day.
I also wanted to include some green plants on the table, and what could be more perfect than a shamrock?
We used a few other plants for the lush green feeling on the table.
I found this cute cabbage sugar bowl with a lid at the thrift store too. Since there was no matching sugar, I got a little creative and used it as a planter for a little succulent. And it looks adorable stacked on some vintage green books to add a little height to the table.
The St. Patrick’s Day table decorations turned out so well. It feels fun and festive and beautiful.
Behind the table on our little sideboard I added a few fun St. Patrick’s Day touches too.
The shamrock garland is so easy to make. I folded some brown paper like you would to make paper dolls and drew a shamrock on it, making sure it was edge to edge and then cut them out. So simple and so cute.
The table is set, now it’s time to celebrate all things Irish!
With a St. Patrick’s Day table decorations like this, life is really a party!
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