Wednesday, December 29, 2010

New Year's Eve with Mikasa

I have to admit that when mom told me she bought these awesome Mikasa dishes, I wasn't as thrilled as I should have been.  I was so wrong.


So to celebrate New Year's Eve, we are having Mikasa host our dinner party.  The china, flatware and stemware are all by Mikasa.  I am over my silver-loving phase and I am on to copper and chocolate brown.  And this table fits the bill! 


The gold feather centerpiece has sparkle and more.  I love this!!  And the black tablecloth is elegant and shows off that amazing china.  I'll never doubt you again, mom!






We kept the Christmas decorations around by using the glass bulbs to compliment the centerpiece.  You don't want to pack Christmas away yet, do you?  New Year's Eve needs some sparkle and holiday cheer.  And the oversize ornaments at each plate lend some color to the copper china.



Happy New Year to everyone!!!

9 comments:

  1. Very classy tablescape and a dynamite centerpiece!

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  2. I LOVE gold, copper brown and chocolate together and the colour combo is perfect for New Year's! I really like the centerpiece you've created, very striking!
    Happy New Year!
    DD

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  3. You were right to decide to love the dishes. Your table looks beautiful...(but I think you can still love your silver too!) Lori L

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  4. So striking-I love that color combo! Happy New Year!!

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  5. Love those dishes.. wow. great table. Happy New year to you and yours, may the new year bring you plenty of blessings.

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  6. What a pretty table. Your Centerpiece is really lovely. Happy New Year.

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  7. What a beautiful golden start to the new year! Love this pretty table. No I have not taken my decor down yet. Might start tomorrow and do a slow dismantle through the 6th. Happy New Year!

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  8. Wow! Your mom was indeed right! The copper Mikasa china is fantastic. You're going to love using that for years to come...so elegant. Thank you for sharing your magical design. Happy New Year! Cherry Kay

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