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  1. Lory, the St. Patty’s tablescape is beautiful and so elegant! Love it! I am so ready for Spring, enough with the cold, nasty weather!

    1. Thanks so much, Cindy! I’m ready for spring too!! I’ve never been a winter girl and as a lover of flowers, I just delight in the promise that spring brings… 🙂

  2. Lory this is so pretty and so far from the tacky St. Patrick’s Day fare. What an inspiring mix! I’m totally coveting those silver chargers. Very very pretty!. I pinned it. 🙂

    1. Oh gosh, I so agree about the tacky St. Pat’s fare! Much like Halloween, I always want to see prettier decor for this holiday… 🙂 The chargers are from The Enchanted Home’s online shop.

  3. What a pretty, pretty tablesacpe! You’ve used just the right amount of green mixed with white and silver. Love those silver chargers!!

  4. Pat Crowder says:

    I too am loving those gorgeous chargers, and also the white french chairs. It’s all so pretty and fresh!

  5. Josephine says:

    OK we call all agree, We Love Your Silver chargers!!!! This is such a lovely tablescape ! I have been collecting silver since childhood and mixed with my dishware collection this would be lovely. Now if I could convince my husband that we do not HAVE to eat corned beef and cabbage in St. Pats.

    1. Ha ha! Given that I’m not Irish, I love the whole corned beef and cabbage thing, but I guess if you’ve been doing it for years, maybe it wears thin… 😉 Thanks for the lovely comment!!

  6. Simply gorgeous table setting, so fresh and elegant….
    I love your white cane back chairs they look gorgeous with your table setting just perfect….

    Have a wonderful day~

  7. Rebecca M says:

    Ohhhhh, those chargers, ohhh that pot the flower is sitting in!!!! Really lovely.

    1. Thanks, Rebecca! I didn’t get a chance to put source info or links in the post but will try to go back and add them later. The silver ice bucket that the flowers are in are from an antique market. The chargers are from the online shop at The Enchanted Home. Thanks for visiting!

  8. bobbi duncan says:

    Ooh, aah about it all. I just love that you made a usually tacky holiday look like a million bucks. I love The Enchanted Home–can you believe her house?

  9. How beautiful Lory…I love the lime green napkins paired with the pretty crystal napkin holders. Your entire table is just stunning!
    Thanks for sharing at SYS and have a great weekend!
    XO Barbara

  10. Lory, this table is gorgeous! Love the green bottles and the plate stack is so pretty. Truly elegant table setting, perfect for St Paddy or Spring. The napkin rings caught my eye. I do love bling! Thanks for sharing at Dishing It & Digging It party on Sundays.

  11. Beautiful! For sure, you’ve taken St. Patrick’s Day décor up a notch! I love the green bottles holding the tulips – gorgeous green. The versatility of this tablescape for any springtime meal makes it a true winner! Your fabulous photography adds to the enjoyment of this post.

    1. Thank you so much, Lori! I’m particularly grateful for the kind words about my photography, because I’ve been wanting to try to upgrade that a bit… 🙂 Thanks for visiting!!

  12. I will feature this tomorrow at HSH! Thanks for sharing!

  13. So beautiful and elegant. Perfect touches for an elegant table for St. Patrick’s Day or Eastern. Love the soft hues of your table.

  14. Hello,
    What a beautiful table! May I ask where you got your white chair covers? I’ve been looking for some and can’t seem to locate any. Your references would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you so much!
    Happy St Patrick’s Day!

    1. Thank you Mary Lou! The chairs are the Darcy chair from Rachael Ashwell. If I remember correctly, I think they came with the covers included. Thanks for visiting… 🙂

  15. Stunning Lori, so fresh! Love the silver and the touches of bling

    1. Thank you so much, Jemma! I’ve linked to you party and will be adding you to my link backs for the future (didn’t have you in my existing posts but will add for future… :-)). Thanks for letting me know about your party. Not sure if you link to ours too. We do a party on Saturday mornings starting at 6am (called Share It One More Time) and are always looking for more decor and DIY to feature. Would love to have you join us!!

  16. Lory,

    Sitting here with my coffee and breezing through the Link party and was thrilled to discover that you shared this glorious post with us.
    Thank you so very much!!
    Yes, yes! I will be on over to your party now!
    Thank you so very much, I too will add link backs.
    Have a perfectly lovely Saturday,

  17. Beautiful St. Patrick’s table, Lory. ♥ all the pops of spring green! I can almost smell the hyacinths…such a heady scent.
    Enjoy the rest of the weekend.
    Visiting from Thoughts of Home.

  18. I am just green with envy over this gorgeous tablescape!
    Thank you so very much for linking up on Thoughts of Home on Thursday. You truly added a sweet sparkle of sunshine.

  19. As usual another exquisite table setting!!! I love your blog and all the beauty you create ….such eye candy!! I must ask, where can I find those incredible napkin rings!?

    1. Thanks so much, Victoria! The napkin rings were from Pottery Barn. I had bought 4 of them in store, but then when I wanted 4 more, they no longer had them… so I found them on ebay!! Thanks for visiting… 🙂

  20. You have created a beautiful tablescape! I couldn’t stop staring! Found you at Savvy Southern Style! We would love to have you link up to The DIY Collective! We go live at 6am/ET every Thursday morning. I know our followers would love this, along with your other beautiful projects. Have a great rest of the week 🙂

    1. Thank you so much, Brooke! I actually thought I was already linking with you, but I guess I was confusing your party with the other Thursday am party, so YES, I will definitely be there… 🙂

      Btw, would love to see you at our Saturday am party, as well. It’s “Share It One More Time” and as large as the party is, we’re definitely looking for more decor and DIY to feature, because that’s what we all do, so it should be perfect for you. Thanks for stopping by!!

  21. Elizabeth says:

    Everything is just beautiful !

  22. I am with you on the dancing leprechaun and glittery shamrock decor…altho’ I am fine if others enjoy it, no offense here…but This is a pretty table. I have lovely green Vietre chargers and salad plates, and serving pieces. white plates and green glassware. You reminded me there is a silver champagne cooler in the garage..Now you have inspired me to a green and white table.

    1. Jillian, your table sounds like it’s shaping up perfectly! And, I too feel if someone likes the kitschier side to decorating, they should do what works best for them… 🙂 I just enjoy the challenge of approaching my decor in a more elegant way when possible.

  23. Beautiful!!! I am with you – I look at all of those tacky glitter shamrocks in the store and always pass by them looking for something a little more refined for St. Patrick’s Day. Your green glass bottles and those beautiful emerald green salad plates really did the trick. The sheer napkins and napkin rings add such elegance!

    1. Thank you so much, Ann! Its so funny – I don’t know why some holidays attract that sort of thing, but I just can’t… 😉

  24. Very elegant, indeed ! I do love the napkin sheer napkin and crystal rings.

    You have inspired me to do an elegant St. Pat’s table too. I really don’t own leprechauns for décor, but I do have plates with shamrocks, though.

    Thanks for sharing, love it all !


    1. Thanks, Fabby! I bet you can work an elegant table around your plates. It’s not the shamrocks themselves that are tacky but all that plastic… lol.

  25. I love this elegant table setting. The chargers are simply gorgeous. And it will be so easy to transition to a spring look.

  26. The most elegant St. Patrick’s Table Decor I have seen. I am in love with the green bottles! This post is Featured at Merry Monday this week! You can transition so easily into Spring with this pretty look.

  27. Kathryn M Wenzel says:

    I can’t imagine how many thousands of people you have helped by your grace and generosity. I was following you before the craziness started, but look forward every day to see your new post. I am itching to get out and go thrifting someday soon I hope. Thanks for spreading the light. Kathryn

  28. Your table settings are always so beautiful and elegant! Your my favorite blogger to follow!!

  29. Teddee Grace says:

    Very pretty. And you are so correct about the kitsch being sold for St. Patrick’s Day. I think it is the worst holiday for junk in the craft stores. It would behoove some of them to take heed and try to order items that are more tasteful.

  30. All of the silver is beautiful, but how about those green napkins and the
    napkin rings. I would like one of those rings for my evening bracelet. So pretty.

    1. I wish those napkin rings were still available. They were from Pottery Barn, but they don’t still carry them. I linked something similar, but the originals were really fun… 🙂

  31. I love your classy approach to decorating for St. Pat’s and Halloween. I especially love your chargers and napkin rings. Beautiful tablescape!