Classic florals get updated when patterns are mixed together in shabby-chic style.
1. Porcelain salad plate by Mikasa.
2. Peony-print porcelain dinner plate by Philippe Deshoulières.
3. Camellia-print bone china accent plate from Marchesa by Lenox.
4. Pink bone china teacup and rose-print saucer by Royal Albert for WWRD.
5. Rose-print bone china dinner plate by Royal Albert for WWRD.
6. Bone china teacup and saucer by Noritake.
7. Peony-print porcelain dessert plate by Philippe Deshoulières. Stainless steel dinner fork and spoon with gold accents by Yamazaki Tableware, Inc. Napkin from ABC Home.
8. Porcelain teacup and saucer, dinner plate and flower-shaped appetizer bowl and dessert plate, all by Mikasa.
9. French Limoges porcelain teacup, saucer and dessert plate by Haviland.
10. Camellia-print porcelain dessert plate by Nall for Royal Limoges.
11. Gold-trimmed porcelain dinner plate in jade by Royal Limoges.
Tip: Make your florals more gender-friendly by weaving in solid elements to create balance—perfect for your newlywed status!
Photo Credit: David Lazarus