Tuesday, April 23, 2024 Apr 23, 2024
62° F Dallas, TX

16 Serveware Pieces That Are the Talk of the Table

Party banter won’t be a problem with conversation-starting tableware.
Styled Shot of Vases & Table
Turn the Table: These stoneware tiles can be changed out to match your mood. Elizabeth Lavin
Get It from Above

When hosting a party, you set the tone by how you set the table. Want a serious and sedate meeting of the minds? White china and staid stemware it is. But if you’re looking for your guests to have fun and laughs, welcome them to a table that’s equally exciting, with bold colors, punchy patterns, and a touch of whimsy. These bright and light-hearted pieces will not only do the job beautifully but will serve as conversation starters, too. Win-win!   

Vietri “Campagna Uccello” pasta bowl by Nicholson-Hardie
Courtesy of Nicholson-Hardie

Vietri “Campagna Uccello” Pasta Bowl

$26 at Nicholson-Hardie

Browse Now
Ichendorf Botanica Wine Glasses
Courtesy of Ellis Hill

Ichendorf “Botanica” Wine Glasses

$40 each at Ellis Hill

Browse Now
Jocelyn Braxton Armstrong
Courtesy of Blue Print

Jocelyn Braxton Armstrong “Doodle 16” Vase

$590 at Blue Print

Browse Now
L' Objet Kelly Behun
Courtesy of The Conservatory

L’Objet Kelly Behun “Leaf” Bowl on Stand

$325 at The Conservatory

Browse Now
L' Objet
Courtesy of The Conservatory

L’Objet “Picanto” Salt and Pepper Mill Set

$395 at The Conservatory

Buy Now
Swirl Glasses, Blue Print
Courtesy of Blue Print

Swirl Glasses

$45 each at Blue Print

Browse Now


D Home

D Home

Related Articles


Your Dallas Birthday Party Starter Pack

From keeping your little ones busy to scoring the best slice of cake, here's how to throw the best kid's party on the block.
Holidays in Dallas

How to Hack the Holidays in Dallas

Hit all the highlights--or do a whole lot less! Our staff share 36 ways to make the most of the spirited season ahead.
Jessica Latham

Social Studies Cofounder Jessica Latham Shares Her Top Entertaining Tips

The pro-host recently moved her popular party rental company to Dallas. Now she's sharing her favorite behind-the-scenes tricks.