Not sure about all of you, but I've been suffering from a major case of spring fever. The only thing I want to do is tiptoe through the tulips and lose track of time with a good book in the hammock.
With this unyielding desire to be outdoors inevitably comes thoughts of summer barbecues, citronella candles, paper lanterns, and dining al fresco. And this year, I'm determined to buy myself an practical, affordable and stylish set of melamine dinnerware. I love how lightweight and durable they are, and there are so many adorable patterns and styles to choose from. I need your help deciding! Let me know what to choose. I love them all!
Just a few of our fabulous options:
World Market - Two Tone Cane $3.99 a dinner plate
West Elm - Black and White $15 for a set of four dinner plates
Le Cedeaux - Fiorella $189 for a 16 piece set
Le Cadeaux - Limon $189 for a 16 piece set
Le Cadeaux - Madrid $189 for a 16 piece set
Williams-Sonoma - Marsielle $53 for a set of 4 dinner plates
Beth Bath and Beyond - Aegean Wheel $2.99 a dinner plate
Crate and Barrel - Dots $9.95 a dinner plate
Working Class Studio - Tile Pattern $40 for a set of four dinner plates
I also found this super chic website called Monkey See Boutique that creates personalized melamine platters like this one which would make the perfect hostess or thank you gift:
Another website, La Plates, also allows you to customize and monogram plates in a variety of patterns and colors. Wouldn't a set of 6 make an truly unique wedding gift that you know the couple would actually use each summer?? So cute!
La Plates - Bamboo $22 a dinner plate
Seriously, with prices and options like this, I might just have to mix and match several sets! And when I do, let the deck dining and mojito sipping begin!