22 Dec A Guide to Table Setting Etiquette

With Christmas this weekend, many of us will find ourselves hosting brunches, dinners, and cocktail parties. If you’re one of the lucky ones hosting a delicious meal, you may quickly find that even the best multi-tasker can be pushed to the limits. Save yourself some time from looking up proper table settings with our easy guide. We hope this guide will help save you time and trouble setting up for your delicious meal!


Breakfast
Top left to right: Butter Plate and Knife, Water Glass, Juice Glass, Coffee Cup and Saucer, Teaspoon.
Bottom left to right: Napkin, Dinner Fork, Luncheon Plate, Cereal Bowl, Dinner Knife, Tablespoon.

Brunch
Top left to right: Side Plate, Water Glass, Juice Glass, Coffee Cup and Saucer.
Bottom left to right: Salad Fork, Dinner Fork, Luncheon Plate, Napkin, Dinner Knife, Teaspoon.

Lunch
Top left to right: Butter Plate and Knife, Water Glass.
Bottom left to right: Napkin, Salad Fork, Dinner Fork, Luncheon Plate, Dinner Knife, Teaspoon.

Dinner
Top left to right: Water Glass, Wine Glass.
Bottom left to right: Napkin, Salad Fork, Dinner Fork, Dinner Plate, Dinner Knife, Teaspoon, Soup Spoon.

Formal Dinner
Top left to right: Butter Plate and Knife, Dessert Spoon, Cake Fork, Water Glass, Red Wine Glass, White Wine Glass, Coffee Cup and Saucer.
Bottom left to right: Napkin, Salad Fork, Dinner Fork, Dinner Plate, Salad Plate, Dinner Knife, Teaspoon, Soup Spoon.

Cheers to a well planned meal and Merry Christmas!

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