Happy Holidays!

It's that time of the year again of celebrating, toasting, eating and drinking...so I thought it might be fun to illustrate some table settings, wines & champagne glasses.  

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  CHAMPAGNE  Different glass shape.

CHAMPAGNE Different glass shape.

  FORMAL  TABLE SETTING - This one is super traditional and formal. This is table setting on steroids. Unless you're having the Queen over or live in Downton Abbey, most of us probably do not even have enough china and flatware to set this up (or could be bothered to, for that matter).

FORMAL TABLE SETTING - This one is super traditional and formal. This is table setting on steroids. Unless you're having the Queen over or live in Downton Abbey, most of us probably do not even have enough china and flatware to set this up (or could be bothered to, for that matter).

  CASUAL  TABLE SETTING - The casual setting is the more realistic one. It is more laid-back but enough to make it feel like a holiday or special ocassion.

CASUAL TABLE SETTING - The casual setting is the more realistic one. It is more laid-back but enough to make it feel like a holiday or special ocassion.

  BASIC  TABLE SETTING - This is the minimum to do if you're planning to have yourself and your guests each with plates and utensils, or just keeping things simple and minimalistic.

BASIC TABLE SETTING - This is the minimum to do if you're planning to have yourself and your guests each with plates and utensils, or just keeping things simple and minimalistic.

 BEEFSTEAK - You're not going to see this one in any etiquette book anytime soon, but you can always do Beefsteak banquet-style and your guests can wear aprons and eat with their fingers. Minimal dishwashing and just a bit of laundry ;)

BEEFSTEAK - You're not going to see this one in any etiquette book anytime soon, but you can always do Beefsteak banquet-style and your guests can wear aprons and eat with their fingers. Minimal dishwashing and just a bit of laundry ;)

 
 

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