It's almost Thanksgiving!! Whether you're recently married and hosting the holiday for the first time this year, or you're engaged and looking forward to spending time with friends and family as a married couple next year, we hope you have a wonderful holiday filled with great food and company.
While you're preparing for or attending Thanksgiving dinner this year, you'll likely spot a few serving pieces you want to add to your wish list – especially if you're in the midst of creating your wedding registry. Thankfully, many fine brands have pieces ideal for holiday entertaining, as well as Thanksgiving entertaining specifically, and we're sharing some of the top pieces chosen by Gearys, a high-end tabletop, giftware and fine jewelry store in Beverly Hills that is often chosen by Inside Weddings couples as a retailer for their wedding registry.
"GEARYS Beverly Hills has been helping its clients host Thanksgiving for decades," shares President and CEO Thomas J. Blumenthal. "Representing the best brands in the tabletop industry, our experts can predict the trends and help curate the perfect holiday tablescape for clients' needs." To give Inside Weddings readers an insider's look, Gearys has provided four products to start your holiday hosting off right, along with some hosting tips. Take a look at the products and advice below!
Louvre Dinnerware Collection by Berardaud
Register for a collection that exemplifies timeless elegance, such as the Louvre Dinnerware collection by Bernardaud. Its architectural motifs, quality craftsmanship, and pure white finish make it a staple for Thanksgivings to come. Louvre Dinnerware Collection by Bernardaud, prices starting at $19; available at Gearys
Laurel Cheese Board with Knife by Michael Aram
A good cheese plate is a host's secret weapon. When registering for a serving board, choose a serving piece that is beautiful and can fit a plethora of cheeses, fruits, etc. This board by Michael Aram features laurel leaves that are expressive yet classical – an ideal motif for your timeless Thanksgiving table. "Laurel" cheese board with knife by Michael Aram, $200; available at Gearys