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lifestyle image of Sunday Roses dinnerware

     Love and roses just seem to go together. Maybe that's why world-renowned designer Monique Lhuillier was inspired a few years ago to create her "Sunday Rose" bridal gown, luxuriously embellished with fabric blossoms.

bride wearing Sunday Roses dress, plus silhouette image of Sunday Roses five-piece place settingPerhaps the dress, in turn, inspired her new dinnerware design for Monique Lhuillier Waterford. The "Sunday Rose" pattern features stylized blossoms and twinkling dots on luxurious bone china with platinum rims -- a distinctly modern twist on traditional floral china patterns.

Visit The Bay to add "Sunday Rose" dinnerware to your registry. Along with your chosen number of five-piece place settings (each includes dinner, salad, and bread-and-butter plates plus cup and saucer), be sure to include rim soups and serving dishes.

With a vase of fresh roses as the finishing touch, your table will be as beautiful and inviting as a rose garden in bloom.

white china figurine of bride and groomP.S. Here's a twist on the Sunday Rose theme that brings together the dress and bone china in a charming combination: the Sunday Rose Cake Topper.

Posted by Karen Hall
2012-12-16, 09:00:00

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