Post # 1
I will be using mismatched china for my May 2011 wedding, and I am wondering if anyone has any real wedding pictures of their tables.
We will be buying for 250 people, with a few extras for breakage/accidents. Currently I am at 150+.
Please post or email me any picutes that you may have!
Post # 3
@BrittneyBee: How are you finding that much mismatched china?! I kind of thought this was one of these things that nobody ever did in real life because the logistics of hunting down 100+ different china plates at any sort of reasonable price, and then transporting them there without breaking, and THEN getting them home, were just sort of mind-boggling. But if you’vefigured out a way to make it work, I’d love to hear! Places around here want $3 and up PER PLATE! And that’s Salvation Army!
Post # 4
i really wanted to do this…. but was inspired by this picture someone posted in the classifieds to only do mis-match dessert plates. seems easier and almost just as cute!
Post # 5
Here’s an example of I what I had planned to do… [Content Removed No Self Promotion Please]!
Post # 6
Heres my set up, I did that over christmas break to see what it looked like w/ my moms china 🙂
Post # 7
I am using mismatched china for our reception we’re having this June. I found a local company that actually rents mismatched china. My friend Kim suggested a friend of hers who collects china and turned her hobby into a business.
Post # 8
Not doing it, but I love the look of some of these, I might do it for my home!!!
Post # 9
I did this for my wedding last September!! It turned out stunning! I had a pretty big collection already when I started since collecting china has been a family tradition passed down from my great grandmother, to grandmother, to mom, to me. It took a couple years to complete the set for the wedding, but I think it was WELL worth it! I don’t know how to post pics on here, but I have a bunch of them on my public facebook page.
If someone tells me how to load the pictures on here, I would be happy to share a few with you!
Post # 10
Oops, I’m a dumb dumb, I figured it out! 🙂 Here are some of our plate settings from our wedding!!
Post # 11
One more of a whole table at our wedding.