Although brides and grooms tie the knot year-round, June has long been the traditional month for weddings. I had hoped to do a “full blown” tablescape for you this week using Noritake Marywood china, but my plans changed and I ended up with the Wedding Blues. I’ll share the china with you anyway…
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Marywood was a popular choice of beauty-loving, price-conscious brides in the 1970s … and continued to be offered until the mid ’90s. I think its delicate blue flowers, bright white field, and thin platinum band are still stunning decades later.
Let’s do an impromptu link-up, why don’t we? If you have a blog and have ever done a tablescape with your wedding china, link up the post here!
Don’t forget … Use this code: STMMMS26571 to receive $10 off your My Memories Suite Software AND upon purchase you’ll get a $10 coupon off anything in the My Memories shop. (The wedding china collage was made using this software!)
I’m joining Let’s Dish at Cuisine Kathleen, Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch, and The 3rd Annual To Have and To Hold Wedding Blog Party at Angelic Accents.