Pretty ironstone china casserole dishes or soup tureens are great presents on their own, but are better when filled with monogrammed linen napkins, silver napkin rings and some flatware. A collection like this makes a thoughtful gift for a newlywed or someone who loves to entertain.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, this vintage-style dining table was set with chic mid-century modern table decor and complemented with vintage turquoise dining chairs. The geometric plates match the dining room's custom geometric wall mural that hangs just outside the scope of this image.
Beautiful greenery carefully draped around this chandelier is an instant way to make it ready for the holidays. On the table, decor is rustic and pretty: simple neutral Christmas trees, sprigs of fir trees and pine cones.
Select meaningful keepsakes as party favors and double them as napkin rings for the party. While figurines work well, tree ornaments are an even better option due to their attached ribbon. Simply loop the hanging ribbon or string around the napkin, and position the keepsake in place.
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If you're throwing a formal buffet, cloth napkins are most likely the perfect fit; however, if you're looking for a more casual, low-maintenance buffet, it's best to use upscale paper napkins and cups. Many paper goods retailers offer a wide variety of punchy colors and graphic patterns that can help give your buffet a cohesive color scheme.