There was so much leftover from St Pat's that I did another table last weekend.
Come on in and see!
I found this tablecloth while looking for a dark green one. How could I resist when it was on clearance?
It's an acrylic fabric with embroidered edges. Most of the edging is in white but every now and then there is a pale green shamrock. The corners have a little bit heavier embroidering.
I used my everyday dishes this time. I love the square dishes! I got these from Pier 1 a few years ago. I thought I was doing good since they sell these by the piece, not as a set. If one was broken, I could just replace that one piece. They have foiled my plan and since discontinued them. The salad plates are ones that I picked up on a after Christmas sale at Home Goods. They have a pattern on half of the plate. The rose fold napkin is covering it, but when the napkin is removed it shows.
I also used the new silver. I found out this pattern is called Danish Princess by Holmes & Rogers. It was introduced in 1938. A little handwashing, dry and buffing and they look as great as when I first polished them.
I kept everything simple since this was a late lunch/early Sunday dinner meal. Even the food was reinvented leftovers from St Pat's Day. It was such a casual meal that I even forgot to put out the glasses before taking the pics!
Corned Beef on Onion Roll Sandwiches
I will post about the food tomorrow! You won't want to miss it, especially if you are trying to lose a few pounds before summer!
Posted @ BNOTP's Tablescape Thursday