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Wedding Registry: The Perfect Setting
1} Bowl Me Over Footed Juliska compote bowls in neutral ivory are a charming complement to any setting. $38, from Ampersand.
2} Organic Elements With these hand-painted enamel bowls by Julia Knight, the centerpiece won’t be your only floral focal point. $35–$65, from Ampersand.
3} Whitewash Give your everyday dinnerware a lift with dynamic textures and unusual shapes. Consider Juliska’s “Jardins du Monde” stoneware plates your new black. $22–$44, from Ampersand.
4} Think Pink Subtle striations adorn this rose-colored Juliska “Arabella” goblet, for a subtly shimmering table accent to serve everything from Italian soda to cocktails. $39, from Ampersand.
5} Crowning Glory The delicate glass rope across the center adds an elegant edge to the Juliska “Graham” wine glass. $89, from Ampersand.
6} Gilt-y Pleasures Gilded botanical shapes encircle this goblet, which takes its inspiration from opulent Russian architecture. $20, from Anthropologie.
7} Fresh Takes A graphic “Cliveden” porcelain plate sits atop demure, textured stoneware embellished with fleur de lys for a perfect eclectic pairing. $16–$28, from Anthropologie.
8} Topsy-Turvy Servingware takes a stylish turn with this hand-forged brass fork and whimsical round-bottomed “tippy” bowl by ceramist Merrick Anderson. Fork, $48, and bowl, $26, from the Foundry Home Goods.
9} Going for Gold Drinks just taste better from an amber glass goblet from Italian maker Vietri. $23, from Ampersand.
10} Heavy Metal It doesn’t get more chic than swirls of 24K gold and platinum on Juliska’s “Firenze Medici” dishware. The Arte Italica “Volterra” pewter-trimmed dinner plate and a mint julep cup complete the elemental scene. Firenze plates, $37–$48, Volterra $149, from Ampersand; cup $20, from Sur La Table.
11} Fit for a Queen A fleur de lys-adorned highball from venerable glassmaker La Rochère adds a regal touch. $11, from Sur La Table.
12} Smooth Operator Fresh-picked blooms will shine in this ivory hourglass vase by design studio KleinReid. $58, from the Foundry Home Goods.
13} Modern Luxury With an Alençon lace pattern in 24K gold, L’Objet Limoges porcelain plateware never looked so luxe. $82–$158, from Ampersand.
14} Free Form These porcelain “Forbury” dinner plates get a pop of color courtesy of Moroccan-inspired patterning. A glamorous “Etched Fern” coupe provides a playful accompaniment. Plates, $28 each, and coupe, $18, from Anthropologie.
15} Mint Condition Hand-painted gold edging grounds this sea-glass porcelain set from Kim Seybert’s Shakti collection. $28–$198, from Ampersand.