Why Your Wedding Registry China Doesn’t Have to Be Boring
Your wedding registry china choices are more diverse than ever. With colors and patterns from different designers, you now have the creative freedom to mix and match! The wedding registry consultants at Bailey’s Fine Jewelry can help you modernize traditional favorites. You might be thinking, what’s wrong with my current collection of plates and silverware? Nothing, but having one cohesive set of fine china can elevate your home decor and impress friends and family at special lifetime events (Think Thanksgiving, birthdays, anniversaries, holidays etc.).
Like your wedding dress, you might want to give your wedding registry china to your kids one day! Let’s start with the basics. There are two types of wedding china: formal and casual. Formal wedding china is an investment, a keepsake to pull out of the cabinet on special occasions, typically bone china and porcelain. Casual china is not as expensive and usually made from less fragile material. The couple can decide whether they wish to include both the formal and casual china sets on their wedding registry (nothing is required!). Today we are seeing a major shift if how couples use their wedding china. Once seen as “dust collectors”, wedding china is breaking with tradition and is now popular for everyday use.
Pictured Below: The Lynn Chase Jaguar Jungle is set with an Anna Weatherly charger, Waterford wine and Austin champagne paired with Michael Aram candy dish, vase and banana leaf. Try Jaguar Jungle as a salad choice with other dinnerware.