So here we are in March, the month of St. Patrick's Day and our namesake holiday! When new acquaintances find out the name of my business, they often ask me how I came up with the name. I knew I wanted to give a nod to my Irish heritage in some way and wanted to incorporate green (my favorite color), but I couldn’t quite put my finger on the perfect name. We had just moved into a new house (a very old, new house) and I was just beginning to notice all the quirks and details that came along with our new home. I was walking in the back door one evening and happened to look down and lock eyes on a glass clover ornament that was set in concrete on our stoop. In the four or so months we’d lived there, I swear I had never noticed it before! Right then and there, it popped in my head: Clover Events! It was simple, it was Irish and it was green – checked all the boxes. I bounced it around for a couple days with my husband and a few close friends and it seemed to be the perfect fit. I still love it!
It will come as no surprise that, for our March tablescape, we're embracing all that is St. Patrick's Day! Instead of going full on clovers and leprechauns, we decided to keep our palette and design subtle by using rich textures (I'm looking at you, velvet linen) and incorporating many shades of green. I couldn't be more pleased with the way it all came together! Once again, Belen from Gerber & Scarpelli knocked me off my feet with these gorgeous photos!
Lovely from May Floral designed a beautiful footed compote filled with the most gorgeous white blooms! Since there was so much color elsewhere on the table, it was key to keep our floral neutral and light. I'm just obsessed with those lush garden roses!
One of my most favorite parts of this tablescape was the green glasses Amanda from Gather Vintage Tablescapes brought for us to use! They're so feminine and elegant. We did a bit of an unconventional plate stack here - incorporating different colors, sizes and shapes. I love a little unexpected surprise on a table! The gold flatware was the perfect compliment to the white and green china!
Once again, Jeannie from Simply Scripted Ink helped us finish off the tablescape with the perfect paper complement! The gold-edged, hand-lettered place cards were nestled in adorable wooden blocks to give them some height. I can't get over how simple and modern the lucite table number looks as well - such a unique touch!
The gorgeous, rich evergreen velvet linen from BBJ Linen added so much texture and dimension to the table. We couldn't help but pet it as we were setting the table! We went simple and neutral with the napkins, in a beautiful Bone color.
On St. Patrick's Day, may you have
Walls for the winds
A roof for the rain
Tea beside the fire
Laughter to cheer you
Those you love near you
And all your heart might desire
Thank you again to my incredible team of collaborators on this shoot!