Hot New Wedding Registry Ideas From the 2011 NYC Tabletop Market Showcase

Every year, the top home decor designers showcase their latest collections in NYC, and we’re there to cover it. This season’s registry items are all about shades of blue and lots of patterns. Check out a few of our faves
by Sarah Newell

Three-Tiered Server

Royal Copenhagen is expanding its blue omega line to include this delightful three-tiered server.

Playful Serving Dishes

Vietri continues to shine with nautical-themed pieces like this fish serving bowl collection.

Decadent Dinnerware

Marchesa's showstopping navy-blue beaded dinnerware took our breath away.

Stacking Centerpieces

Juliska expanded its Country Estate line to include a sweet cake plate and intricate vases that stack if you want height on your table.

The Ultimate Flatware Set

Oneida debuted an all-in-one flatware box set called “Service for 6."

Designer Dessert Plates

Echo Design took a fashionable approach to dessert plates with these four ikat-like patterns.

Modern Housewares

Nambe has branched out into housewares with its signature style of mixing metal and gorgeous wood. The teapot stole our hearts.

Classic White

Australian Donna Hay is launching a country-chic dinnerware collection in creamy whites and soft blues next year.

Tinted Glass

Villeroy & Boch's new blue glassware sparkled on the table.

Colorful Cast Iron

We're loving the new cast-iron cookware from Denby in red, blue and turquoise. Gray Dinnerware It's not often that Royal Crown Derby introduces a new color in a pattern. Gunmetal gray is stunning.

Fanciful Candles

L'Objet debuted a birdcage-inspired candle with a sweet lid.

Retro Serving Pieces

Fiesta's bold colors made their way into these serving piece handles that we can't wait to scoop up.

A Flirty Bowl

The new soft pink that Portmeirion's Sophie Conran collection has added to its arsenal is perfect for a Sunday brunch.

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