Thursday, March 14, 2019

Set Your Table With Flair--Just Add Green



Hello, all!  Hasn't the weather been curious?  We have had rain by the bucketful followed by very crisp winter-like days, and just this week, an abundance of sunshine.  Oh, California weather, you are stanchly unchanging in that you are always changing.  Constantly.  I am glad though, that the drought has finally gone! 




Saint Patrick's Day is this weekend, and it may be cliché, but the best way to decorate for this fun day is to just add green!  This setting is super simple, unfussy, and festive.  A charming celadon topper adorned with pretty china and uncomplicated flowers seemed like a great way to keep things low-key this year.









A recent find are these beautiful white and green antique dishes.  This gorgeous china is elegant, yet when paired with a fun cabbage saucer and a cupcake prepared in a silicone "terra cotta" pot, the setting becomes much less frou-frou, more lighthearted, and definitely indicative of the forthcoming springtime, which I await eagerly each year.







How easy is this!?  I used a heart-shaped mold to make candy melt shamrocks and adorned each little cupcake "pot" with a festive green ribbon.  A sprinkle of green and white sugar completed the potted cakes.







This cake, which is served on the matching platter, is delightfully chocolate decorated with white frosting, green and white sugar granules, and a hand-drawn candy melt shamrock.  Easy!







I added a few cute napkins for dainty dabs...aren't they fun!?






The completed tablescape:







I hope the weather is fair where you dwell...until next we meet, Happy Saint Patrick's Day!








From my collection:


Celadon damask topper, Lauren Ralph Lauren, HomeGoods
Antique Green and White China, Walbrzych Poland, Local Antique Shoppe
Teapot, Godinger
Cabbage saucers, MaxceraHomeGoods
Terracotta Pots, Wilton
Napkins, TJ Maxx/HomeGoods







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6 comments:

  1. This is so refreshing and filled with beautiful spring vibes, I'm swooning over your gorgeous tablecloth, it's so pretty and I love to see a sweet treat included on a tablescape.

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  2. I'm late to the party! I've been offline but was so glad to see your post - even several months later! I am in love with your Godinger teapot. The whole setting is refreshing and beautiful - but I'm now on a hunt for that teapot! I love special teapots.

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    1. It is never too late, sweet friend! I've been away too; my children leaving the nest has kept me very busy! Thank you so much for stopping by and for your sweet comment!

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  3. Oh wow, how beautiful is this pretty girl. Love that tablecloth !
    Hope all is well with you and yours.
    Thank you for coming by and visit me a while. I miss you and lots of bloggers that have left that were my favs.
    Happy Valentines.
    Love,
    Fabby

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    1. Thank you so much, Fabby!! So nice to hear from you, and thank you for popping in...I'm glad all is well dear friend!

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