Post # 17
- Wedding: May 2013 - Pavilion overlooking golf course scenery, reception at banquet hall
I like the first set! But I’m partial to gold coloring over silver coloring in a lot of things (other than wedding rings, weirdly).
I didn’t choose my china set – I inherited my parents’ wedding set. It’s a very pale mint green and white with gold details.
Quick photo through the china cabinet:
For a wedding in 1980 I think it could have been a lot worse 😛
Post # 18
- Wedding: May 2014 - Beach
I love the platnum ones 🙂 but thats because i’m silver kind of gal rather than gold lol. But both look very nice. As i had already baught all my silverware and my dining is set in grey toney i figured silver china makes more sense than gold ones. But if you have gold antiques then def. gold
Post # 19
I love them both! You can’t go wrong with either! I didn’t pick my china, my mom’s friend gave me her mom’s china several years ago, and my sterling silver was my great-aunt’s wedding set.
Post # 20
We went with Lenox Continental Dining Platinum pattern for the following reasons:
1. It’s bone china – what we wanted.
2. It’s practical for china – dishwasher and microwave safe!
3. The design is minimal and simple so it will stay in style through the seasons.
Post # 21
We chose Waterford Padova. We’ve already received 11 of 12 placesettings!