If your dining room and home are awash with color, this vibrant, multicolor setting is for you! Every color of the rainbow is represented in small doses, keeping the pattern feeling delicate and fun.
A modern, artful take on the traditional gold-rimmed plate. If you're looking for an extra dose of glitz, this setting is for you.
Floral clusters give this setting an almost Cloisonné-like feeling. This plate is all about the beautiful border of blooms.
For the coastal bride, or just a lover of all things nautical, consider this setting rendered in a rich cobalt blue featuring a golden seashell. An elegant ode to the sea.
The perfect choice for a southern bride — delicate magnolias lay across a beautiful scalloped plate. Divine.
Artful and bold, this pattern is for the contemporary bride who isn't afraid to add some modern glitz to her table.
Traditional yet quirky, this golden setting showcases a beautiful fish at its center. An elevated design with a sophisticated feel that also shows you don't take yourself (or your china) too seriously.
A single orchid adds a beautiful pink touch to this gold-rimmed dinner plate.
A personal favorite, this pattern features the look of vintage botanicals in beautiful shades of chartreuse, green, lilac and plum.
My own wedding china. I chose this pattern for its warm tones of gold and green. As lovely for a holiday table as it is for a casual brunch, I have found it versatile and absolutely stunning paired with hues of lavender and pink.
The striking avian theme will make quite a statement at your next dinner party. This setting would also look wonderful hung decoratively on a wall.
For the fashion-forward bride, a china pattern inspired by the house of Versace. Bold orange and turquoise will dazzle on your table — and who wouldn't want to drink out of a golden cup?
Bring your love of the garden to your table with this delicate and feminine pattern by Herend. Wonderfully traditional — I adore the butterflies! If your husband-to-be is not keen on something so "girly," consider registering for a set of dessert plates and bring them out for your girlfriend get-togethers.
This vibrant orange pattern would sparkle against gold chargers and cobalt glassware.
A classic take on blue-and-white porcelain for your table. Perfect for the chinoiserie lover, the monochromatic hues provide a great backdrop for mixing and matching other plates and colors.