Relaxed refinement. This the entertaining style adopted by millennial couples who want to create a luxury setting for their guests, without the chore of polishing silver or hand-washing china.
But that doesn't mean that modern couples aren't registering for formal dinnerware. In fact 50% of couples still add formal china to their wedding registries.
Just as entertaining trends have changed, so too has the china that couples use when hosting friends or family in their homes. Take Vera Wang by Wedgwood's Grosgrain pattern, for instance. This ain't your grandmother's china! It suits a modern lifestyle: the sophisticated pattern complements contemporary decor trends, but is subtle enough that it won't look outdated in five years. And the best part? The dishes can go into the dishwasher when the meal is done.
A platinum ribbon and delicate textured beads and stripes adorn the pure white bone china dishes. Accessorize with a variety of table runners, centrepieces and candleholders to create an elegant table setting, whether you're hosting a Christmas dinner or a backyard birthday party.
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