Entertain: The Layered Look

Thursday, September 27, 2012
The layered look isn't just for fashion. Adding layers to your place setting not only adds a luxurious element to your tabletop, it's also great for highlighting signature dishes. Depending on the event and the courses, you can add anywhere from two to ten layers on your place setting. From the foundation of a charger (or two), followed by dinner plates, salad plates, bread & butter plates (all with their own chargers) - you literally can go as layered or light as you wish. This may seem daunting but it's actually great for showing off great catering or your mother's famous dishes. One of the reasons we have so many collections - from couture china to the everyday catering china - is that we understand our clients don't want a generic look for an event or dinner that they have spent weeks or months planning. Your tabletop should be a reflection of you or your guest of honor. This is why we have collections that allow your to mix and match couture, chic, and catering pieces that create a signature tabletop that fits your budget while still allowing for creativity and customization. Go big with a layered look of full couture pieces, add in a few chic pieces along with the catering collection, or just pick one or two couture pieces to compliment your personal collection. Any way you choose, we will make sure your tabletop is a direct reflection of you. 

GOLD: Gold Florentine Charger, Arte Italica Plate, Noritake Salad and B&B Plate, Gold Bead B&B Charger.
SILVER: Clear Hand Cut Glass Charger, Barcelona Silver Dinner, Salad, and B&B Plate, Silver Bead B&B Charger, Champagne Nu Silk napkin with rhinestone napkin holder.


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