We all have it. Our grandma's 16 piece china set of tea cups, saucers, platters, gravy boat and more. So its time to pull it all out of your cabinet and invite your girlfriends over for brunch (which really means drinking Champagne).
Once you gather all your china, choose a color from the pattern to highlight and use that color for your centerpiece. For example, our china has light pink flowers on it so we cut a cherry blossom branch for our centerpiece. Cherry blossoms only bloom once a year so this will be hard to replicate. If your china has purple details we suggest using lavender or other more readily accessible flowers.
We paired our grandmother's china with gold chargers to enhance the beautiful gold detailing on the dishes. Our favorite and final touch is our 1930's style Coupe glass. This adorable glass was cleverly designed to allow the drinker to hold it without affecting the temperature of the drink.
Don't be afraid to take your china outside. The outdoor atmosphere allows you to utilize your china in a relaxed setting without taking away from its elegance.
We hope this inspires you to dust off your old Grandmother’s China and create your own memories.