Easter Tabletop with Bering’s + Giveaway

China: Herend Queen Victoria | Butterflies: Baccarat | Stemware: Waterford Crystal | Silverware: Reed & Barton | Tray: Beatriz Ball | Dress: from this post

China: Herend Queen Victoria | Butterflies: Baccarat | Stemware: Waterford Crystal | Silverware: Reed & Barton | Tray: Beatriz Ball | Dress: from this post

 

Today I’m excited to kickoff a tabletop collaboration with local gem Bering’s. Bering’s is Houston’s #1 destination for luxury gifts and fine china. (There’s even hardware and grilling departments for the guys!) When I got engaged, there was no question where I would register. Bering’s has a large selection of fine china & crystal and helpful staff to assist in picking out patterns. I first became interested in china my senior year of college when my sister got married. My mom had always collected Herend figurines and my sister registered for Chinese Bouquet in blue. I was immediately drawn to Queen Victoria by Herend. I love the Spring colors and beautiful butterflies. I always thought I would register for it (until I married an avid outdoorsman so opted for a less feminine pattern).
Since butterflies are a symbol of resurrection, Queen Victoria was the obvious choice for an Easter tabletop. We mixed it with Waterford Crystal and Reed & Barton silverware. A Baccarat butterfly completes this stunning place setting. Read Bering’s note below and be sure to enter the giveaway for your chance to win a beautiful butterfly of your own!
Easter is such a wonderful time of year and one that brings family together around a shared table. Tabletops are some of our favorite vignettes at Bering’s and we are continuously inspired by customer feedback as well as wedding registry mixing and matching of various patterns. Changing seasons and holidays make decorating our gift shop tabletops so much fun, and add to everyone getting into the spirit of whatever the holiday or season might be at the time. The best part is that we all have a table of our own to decorate and infuse our personal touch with place settings, serving pieces, crystal, décor and more, enhancing treasured time with friends and family.
Lauren has classic taste in fine china; Herend’s Queen Victoria pattern was introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London. The name came about upon Queen Victoria purchasing the pattern for herself! And for the artists and art lovers reading this post, did you know that each of these dinner plates takes an average of 12 hours to hand draw and paint?! The pieces are very special and oh-so lovely. 
 
Bering’s and I are excited to give one lucky reader a Baccarat butterfly in their choice of color! Simply complete the Rafflecopter below.

 

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