Wedding table settings can vary greatly, but a few main elements can generally be expected: Every guest will need utensils, a napkin, drinkware, and dishes to eat off of. While each piece of the puzzle is important, plates are often the first thing guests will notice, considering that they take up the most space, and are what place cards and menu cards typically sit on. So, although plain-white optionsare readily available, you may want your dishes to pop a little more. If you're hoping to capitalize on your table's design potential, your plates are a great place to start.
Textured white plates and ornate flatware set the tables, while berry and cream centerpieces popped against the wooden tables.
Classic china is always a timeless option—and this wedding's dishes were no exception. An option you can never go wrong in using.
Ornate dishes, like this textural set, always look perfectly polished and are perfect statement pieces for the table.
At each place setting, gold-rimmed dishes elevated a wood charger which
add luxe contrast to the indigo-died fabrics on the tabletop.
Various plates were used at this beautiful event. We're especially sweet on
this deep green dish.
PRETTY PLACE SETTINGS
The colors of the butterfly plates paired perfectly with the centerpiece
flowers and dried greenery.