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Remixing Your Wedding China For a Fresh Look

Eva Amurri Martino shares her way of remixing your wedding china for a fresh look

During wedding month this past June, one of my most popular posts was the one I wrote about my Wedding Registry must-haves. In it, I stressed my advice to register for China whenever you get married.  I truly feel China is a timeless commitment that never goes out of style! If you choose a classic set, and you’ve been married a while, it’s easy to get sick of your China.  Especially if you use it as much as we do! I don’t save it “for a special occasion” and instead pull it out whenever we have company– or even when I cook a nice dinner for just the two of us. I like to use beautiful objects in everyday life whenever possible! Life is short!

Eva Amurri Martino shares her way of remixing your wedding china for a fresh look

Eva Amurri Martino shares her way of remixing your wedding china for a fresh look

But even if you use the same China all the time, it is possible to remix it for a fresh look that will totally reinvigorate your table top.  You can even make your China look completely different by pairing it with something new.  Today I wanted to share a Summer take on my dinner party tabletop that I created using my wedding China and some additional styling elements.  I’ve included some of my favorite classic China sets in a widget below, as well as a selection of some tabletop elements you can use to remix the look. 

Eva Amurri Martino shares her way of remixing your wedding china for a fresh look

Eva Amurri Martino shares her way of remixing your wedding china for a fresh look

Classic China Patterns…

Eva Amurri Martino shares her way of remixing your wedding china for a fresh look

Eva Amurri Martino shares her way of remixing your wedding china for a fresh look

I think that remixing your China set is the best opportunity to test out something you wouldn’t normally try–  Like mixing prints, or even offsetting the pattern of your China with a bold color! Utilize Charger Plates, Appetizer Plates stacked on top of your dinner plate china, or even accent plates or dessert plates. Don’t forget to add a new napkin in the mix, and some beautiful glassware.

Eva Amurri Martino shares her way of remixing your wedding china for a fresh look

Eva Amurri Martino shares her way of remixing your wedding china for a fresh look

Tabletop Elements To Remix the Look…

Eva Amurri Martino shares her way of remixing your wedding china for a fresh look

Eva Amurri Martino shares her way of remixing your wedding china for a fresh look

Do you ever remix your wedding china for a new look or tabletop style? Let me know your methods in the comments below!

 

Photographs by Julia Dags.

 

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  1. Polly says:

    I thought the plates on top were deconstructed/abstract turkeys for Thanksgiving! LOL – remix of the remix plates?

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