I love color in a table setting and this is one of my favorites. This reminds me so much of springtime Paris, and in the middle of February I can't stop thinking about spring!
When my husband and I got married in May of 1995, this was the china that we registered for. Is that fun, or what? Truth be told, it was the second marriage for both of us, and along the way we had each acquired numerous sets of dishes both domestic and abroad. So it wasn't easy finding something different, but that appealed to us both. We registered at a gift shop in the city called Botanicals on the Park, each of us wandering around the shop with pad and pencil jotting down things that we liked. These dishes were the one thing on both of our lists. The glassware was on mine, and I won out with them as well.
The yellow ceramic flatware pops up in a lot of my tablesettings. It is just so darn versatile, and such fun to use.
The French Tic-tac-toe set is a lot of fun. It's quite a crowd pleaser as well. Anytime I put it on the table, people can't keep their hands off of it.
The lucite salt and pepper shakers were a fun find and go perfectly with these dishes.
The little berry bowls are Fiestaware.
Table covering - Denim fabric from Fabric Warehouse
Dishes - Café Paris by Misono
Lucite S&P Shakers by Olde Thompson
Tic-Tac-Toe set - by Hen Feathers (gift)
Berry Bowls - Fiestaware from Macy's
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