Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Wedding Wednesday!

So, I think I've found my china pattern. I'm a traditionalist and love all things antique. It's Royal Albert's Old Country Roses.

And, an upclose pic of the pattern:


What do you think?? I'm also up for suggestions. Haven't registered for china just yet....

16 comments:

Whitney said...

so pretty! I love antique-y patterns too!

mFw said...

I'm in love with it!!!! I hate when brides want all kinds of modern china that they want to be their formal china!

Elle said...

Sounds like a perfect match!

AtlYankeeBelle said...

thats my moms pattern! Its beautiful!

Leslie said...

That's beautiful! I'm sure that you will enjoy that for many Thanksgivings and Christmases. We picked Kate Spade's Library Lane because it was the only one I could convince my husband on. It's so exciting that you've chosen a pattern!

Melissa said...

I LOVE it!!! It reminds me so much of mine and I love how it has an antique look!

Mrs. M said...

That is gorgeous!

Tiffany and the Munchkins said...

That pattern is beautiful! It screams antique to me. :) I'm no help with this because I went with a very simple china pattern.

Lo @ Not Your Average Southern Belle said...

That is my mom's pattern AND my grandmother's pattern! I'm sure it will be my pattern someday too :) I have so many memories of family dinners and holidays with that china!

Laura Brown said...

I have this china!!! I love it, it is so beautiful in person! Good choice!!

Southern Living: Preppy Style said...

Gorgeous, especially for what you're looking for and your style!

Piper Jacquelyn said...

I think it's gorgeous. And I think in the long run, you'd love that you had such a traditional choice to mix and match with whatever you are into in the future!

The Pink Chick said...

I love it! My mom has a tea set that looks like this, and it is beautiful!

Mrs. Chip said...

It's beautiful! My SIL has the same patter and I LOVE it! Ben had this idea that he needed to be involved in selecting, well..everything, so I didn't pick something as pretty as this, but would like to start collecting a more traditional pattern as the years go by! It's truly timeless!

Jenji said...

I love Old Country Roses. I always have; it is a classic that will never go out of style.:)
Best wishes to you!!

pinksundrops said...

Aw, I either have that exact same pattern, or a very very similar one, given to us by my husband's mother.

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