Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Puttin' On The Green. . .

On Crooked Creektt 
                                              is  puttin' on the green!




Dear Ones,
Kathleen at Cuisine Kathleen is hosting a Blog Crawl featuring 
Saint Patrick's Day Tablescapes for Let's Dish. Be sure to visit today 
and throughout your free time and enjoy some amazing holiday tablescaping 
in the Land of Blog!
Fondly,
Pat




Staying true to my Timeless Classical Traditional Style,
I've set a Saint Patrick's Day Tablescape featuring 
my Bordallo Pinheiro cabbage bowls and platter.





My cabbage platter is placed atop my lettuce place mats .
Intertwining the place mats allows for them to be used instead of a table runner.

Of course, my favorite Saint Patrick's Day menu choices 
are corned beef and cabbage!

Until then, I'm substituting faux cabbages and asparagus.



My everyday porcelain white dinnerware has been placed atop a silver charger.
A classic resting place for my Bordallo Pinheiro cabbage bowls.

To the upper left are silver place card holders awaiting the names of our guests.




Appears a "wee little leprechaun" 
has been playing a "bit of a shenanigan"  with my camera lens!




Ah~h~h. . . much better!










Everyday Oneida stainless flatware and our clear bubble glass stemware
keep clean~up to a minimum. 
I added my crystal rose etched stems for a 'speciality beverage'.

Vintage white damask linen tablecloth 
combined with vintage white damask napkins edged in the Greek key motif
continue my Timeless Classical Traditional Style.



My classic white urns, filled with faux hydrangea,
were the inspiration for this Saint Patrick's Day tablescape!









A Timeless Classical Traditional Style,
Saint Patrick's Day Tablescape On Crooked Creektt is my way of
                                  puttin' on the green!


Until next time. . .


On Crooked Creektt will be joining



and. . .


Christine @ Rustic and Refined for Table It!

and. . .


Karen @ Karen's Up On The Hill for Something To Talk About!

and. . .



and. . .




Each and every week,
seeds of inspiration bloom from these host and hostesses linky parties.
Be sure to visit and delight your family dwelling with brilliant interior design.

20 comments:

Terri Steffes said...

I am visiting from Kathleen's! I decided to start visiting from the back part of the links, first! I love your tablescape. Those dishes are so pretty.

Lori @ Dining Delight said...

Great idea to use the lettuce placemats as a runner! Love the crisp look of the white with green on your table. So wish I had some of those cabbage bowls - they are perfect for this occasion. Love the pattern/colour of your rug under the table! Visiting from Kathleen's.

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

Beautiful Pat! Love the cabbage leaf placemats and dishes! Timeless and classic! See you around the party circuit!!

happywonderer.com said...

Such a lovely table, Pat. Love those cabbage plates and bowls.

bj said...

ahhh, your table looks just beautiful. I am lovin' all the green in this fun party...:)

tablescapesbybev.com said...

Love the way this looks...your cabbage dishes are both lovely and perfect for the occasion!

Marigene said...

Beautiful table, Pat...it is amazing how many of us bloggers have the BP cabbage dishes!
Hope you are enjoying the wonderfully warm weather...today is the first day I have gone without a jacket since last fall! Enjoy the rest of the week.

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Pat, Watch out for those mischievous leprechauns! I think your table is classic and just beautiful! Crispy green and white is perfect for a classy St. Pat's table. I used BP plates too, but mine don't have the white accents. I wish I could find those! Love your table and the clever runner idea. Linda

Parsimonious Perfection said...

Very classy and elegant!

Sonia said...

So lovely I just love your tablescape! We share some of the same things, plates, bowls and placemats. You have created a pretty place to enjoy St. Paddy's Day.
Miss Bloomers

thepaintedapron.com said...

Cabbage in all forms is so perfect for St. Pat's day, love the platter full as your centerpiece!
Jenna

Cathy said...

Your St. Paddy's Day table is so pretty with all your cabbage dinnerware. Visiting from Kathleen's. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you.

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

Pat, love the table BUT I LOVE those silver place holders....drooling!!

Mona said...

I just love your bowls...and the rest of the table too...
Love, Mona

Barbara F. said...

Beautifully done table, Pat. So crisp, clean amd spring-y, and very green!

Lady of the Manor said...

Beautiful table! I love those cabbage bowls, I'd love a set but haven't seen any like these. Happy St. Patrick's Day!!!

Kathleen said...

Oops, I went to your other post! Both beautiful! We were thinking along the same lines with the cabbage plates! Your runner is so clever! Thanks for linking up! Happy SPD!

Jewel Sauls said...

Love all your Cabbage dishes and the placemats! Timeless indeed! Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Candy S said...

The green cabbage bowls are a lovely contrast to the white plates and the lovely damask tablecloth. I love the leaf placemats that you have used as a runner, they add a wonderful layer of texture and a lovely presentation for the large cabbage platter. Happy Saint Patrick's Day..... Candy

Melissa Wiges said...

Pat, I love your cabbage bowls and platter! Very fresh and spring-like and whimsical! Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving your nice comment.

Melissa