Oh, how fun it is to choose your china pattern with your future respective other! Whether you’re going for both formal and casual sets, or are choosing a more versatile pattern that marries both, our sponsor Noritake is the go-to name for fine and casual china. Their designs range from prim and proper upscale patterns that would make Betty Draper go gaga, to fun and playful designs for everyday living. Regardless of your final choice, we all wish to have china for generations to come as you begin your own family traditions together. That’s what make china patterns so special.

Noritake wedding china

Since Noritake has been a leading dinnerware manufacturer for over 100 years, you know that you can rely on a tradition of quality when you purchase their products. And you know that 20 years down the line, if your cherished china set is finding itself a few pieces short, you can easily replace or add in new matching pieces. With their distinctive designs in casual & formal dinnerware and stemware, you can add beauty to your dinner table simply by setting the table. Noritake literally offers dozens of varieties of beautiful, heirloom quality platinum and gold-trimmed collections, to appeal to any taste. Looking through their formal options, makes you want to host your first fancy dinner party or holiday meal, as a newly wedded couple!

Noritake wedding registry china

Colorwave and Kealia are two of our favorite casual collections, made of durable stoneware, in multiple colors and shapes, designed for maximum opportunities to mix and match. Both collections have a full set of matching accessories in each color too, so your entertaining design options are limitless!

You can explore Noritake’s website and Facebook page to peruse all of their lovely options. Also, Noritake is offering a 10% discount to Ruffled readers! Just enter discount code RUFFLED during checkout.


Comments (2):

  • natasha on October 25, 2011

    AHH I LOVE LOVE the formal with the blue and gold and pink - if i was rich I would have these for all my guests!
  • Hannah @ Sparrow + Spark! on October 25, 2011

    I really like the mix and match everyday design! I don't normally like formal matching china too much (just not my style as I break things too easily ;)), but this design is really pretty.


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