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To Register or Not to Register for China?

Posted November 30, 2011 | 2 Comments

To register or not to register for china? That is the question. When I (Emma here!) planned my wedding, I did not register for china. While china is quite lovely, I just couldn’t justify asking guests to pay for such an extravagant gift I knew I wouldn’t use – or, I’d be scared to use for risk of breaking – on a regular basis. That’s why we love this brilliant idea by High Tea for Alice. Now, you can have your china… and use it, too! Read on to find out more…

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This is one of the most beautiful china sets I’ve ever seen – Lenox’s Chirp pattern – and High Tea for Alice can turn it into a 2, 3, or 4-tiered stand with an optional cup and saucer on top. What a great idea! Now, you have a beautiful hostess stand that will work in the kitchen as a fruit stand, as an appetizer stand for fancy finger foods and h’or deourves while entertaining and as a cupcake stand while baking with the kiddos in the kitchen. If there’s a china pattern you love, but you don’t want to commit to registering for the whole shibang, this is the perfect idea for you!

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And, a few additional styles to inspire you…

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Aren’t they beautiful? If you love these stands, check out even more at High Tea for Alice to see more additional designs to love!


-E.

High Tea for Alice is a Featured Artisan at Emmaline Bride. Check out her EB Shop here.





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  • http://www.theperfectpalette.com The Perfect Palette

    So many pretty patterns. love this post. I’m sure glad I registered :) Makes throwing parties that much easier.

  • http://masterpieceweddings.blogspot.com/ Melissa

    What an absolutely perfect idea! Brides have such an innovative use for their wedding china now instead of having it appear for rare Holiday dinners! Thank you for sharing- I love it!




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