It’s Daffodils, Daisies, and 4-Leaf Clovers for This St. Patrick’s Day Table Setting

Daffodil Centerpiece for St. Patrick

Welcome to the 702nd Tablescape Thursday!

The daffodils in my front yard are blooming–they’ve been blooming for the last couple of weeks–I love seeing their sunshine faces so much!

Daffodils Around Lamp Post


Every year when they bloom, it makes me want to plant even more. I currently have them around the gas lantern (above), in this island under the Crepe Mrytle tree where I’d love to place a Little Free Library someday, and in two little areas down near my front walkway. I think this fall I’ll add more on the other side of my front walkway. You can never have too many daffodils, right?!

Daffodils in Bloom


The daffodils have found their way to the center of my table setting this week.

St. Patrick's Day Tablescape


Here’s a little sunshine for your Thursday! ?

Daffodils Centerpiece, Saint Patrick's Day Table


You may remember this happy container that I came across in HomeGoods recently. (Read more about that here: Spring Shopping & What I Brought Home from HomeGoods Today.)

Daffodils in Floral Vase


Daffodils, daisies, butterflies, and bees–I wish every day could be just like this.

Daffodil Centerpiece for St. Patrick's Day Table


St. Patrick’s Day is just one week away now.

Saint Patrick's Day Table Setting


A bee’s-eye view…

Daffodil Blossoms, Spring Centerpiece



Saint Patrick's Day Tablescape and Dinnerware


Remember the green charger plates I found in Williams Sonoma back around Christmastime?

Green Chargers, Braided Glass Chargers


I was happy to find they work great for a St. Paddy’s Day table, too!

St. Patrick's Day Plates and Shamrock Ramekin


Green is my favorite color! What is your favorite color?

Saint Patrick's Day Dinnerware


The 4-Leaf Clover salad plates were a find in HomeGoods many years ago, as were the little green ramekins. (Plates are by Mesa Home Procuts and the ramekins are by Chantal.)

4-Leaf Clover Plates, Shamrock Ramekin


Every year I forget and have to Duck-Duck-Go to remind myself the difference between Shamrocks and 4-Leaf Clovers. Shamrocks are easy to spot since they only have 3 leaves.

Green Shamrock Napkins


Our daisy glasses were also a recent find in HomeGoods, could not pass these adorable glasses up!

Daisy Wine Glasses


Happy St. Patrick’s Day a little early! Will you be celebrating this year? I wonder if they’ll dye the river in Savannah green this year?

St. Patrick's Day Table Setting


Looking forward to all the beautiful table settings linked for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!

St. Patrick's Day Tablescape


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Author: Andy Edwards