Hello all, it’s Leah! I’ve taken over the blog today to share a peek inside my tabletop wedding registry. My June 28th wedding is quickly approaching! With that, comes so many beautiful tabletop gifts, given with love by special friends and family. I want to start off by showing my everyday china… “Wickford” by Kate Spade. Wickford is a simple white porcelain with a unique basket weave design that can be used alone or with accompanying patterns. That’s why I love it so much- it’s extremely versatile!
I adore this pattern and can’t wait to entertain with serving pieces like this beautiful bowl below…
I also love this oval platter for entertaining (my sweet, future mother-in-law gave me this one!). At 15 inches long, it’s a great size for serving.
Now, onto my fine china patterns! I’ve chosen “Golden Grosgrain” by Vera Wang along with the accent plates from “Federal Gold” by Lenox.
This pattern, like my everyday, is also very versatile! Gold goes with just about anything.
Below is the accent plate by Lenox, to ‘spice things up’ a bit! I love the ornate border.
Now onto crystal stemware, my favorite! I’ve chosen the ever-classic “Lismore” pattern by Waterford (a pattern that Kathy and I have in common!). It’s such a traditional and beautifully appointed collection. Synonymous with luxury and fine living, Lismore has been Waterford’s pre-eminent design for 60 years. Steadfast in a world of wavering standards, this classic and timeless creation is known and loved the world over gracing the finest homes, castles, and places of prestige.
Finally, let’s talk about flatware! My everyday pattern is “Michelangelo” by Oneida. I love this collection because, like my other patterns, it is timeless. Michelangelo is the culmination of intricate, ornamental design and unparalleled craftsmanship. Elegant details like piercing and an elevated, symmetrical flower and scroll motif cover the tip end and wind their way to the neck, making this pattern exquisite.
I’m afraid I’ve been bitten by the ‘bug’ thanks to our dear friend, Kathryn. We joke often saying “she’s created a little collecting monster in me”! It couldn’t be more true. I just love all things tabletop. With it being wedding season, those collecting urges are in full swing!
As always, thank you for letting me ‘take over’ the blog today. I can’t wait to start using my beautiful collections come June!