Tabletop and place-setting ideas to take you through a year of special occasions. From formal to fun, from January through December, you can always create a look that's special. And whenever you have a question about proper silverware placement or where to set the bread plate, see our Guide to Setting a Table for quick answers.
Just in time for Thanksgiving: A parade of place-setting ideas.
Give thanks in your own special way. And check our Harvest-to-Holiday Guide to see how easy it is to transition from Thanksgiving to Christmas.
Making the transition from one special occasion to the next is easy. Our Harvest-to-Holiday Guide can show you how.
At your Christmas table, there's always room for self-expression
Your table can be a perfect reflection of who you are. All it takes is a handful of personal, cheerful details.
New Year’s: More ways to celebrate
Bright ideas, colorful additions and special looks for a festive holiday.
Dress up your table for a romantic dinner or have some fun with a sweet and thoughtful family-friendly breakfast setting.
Can it be an official St. Patrick's Day dinner without corned beef and cabbage or, at least, some green tableware? (Hint: Maybe not.) And will nicer weather get here sooner and stay here longer if you host a patio brunch, spring dinner or pretty bridal shower? (Hint: We think so.)
Next to the Easter egg hunt, the real fun is being together. Whether you're sitting down to Easter brunch or Easter dinner, we have lots of special looks to help the entire family celebrate.
Maybe you'll be served Mother's Day breakfast in bed by someone whose table-setting skills are sweet but still in the developmental stage. Or maybe someone's planning a nice Mother's Day brunch for the family. Either way, we have easy ideas to make things fresh.
We have ideas to take you from summer's first warm day through picnics, parties, supper club or weekends at the beach. And talk about easy: We even have bright, pretty ideas for birthdays, patio luaus, showers, graduation parties, family reunions and more.
Warm up your fall table
There's a whole season of harvest parties, dinners, get-togethers and Halloween celebrations on the way. But you don't have to wait. You can get ready now with new fall colors and place-setting ideas that will help get everyone in the mood to celebrate.