Setting the Kids’ Table
Don’t leave the kids out of the decor loop this holiday season! While you don’t want your nieces and nephews destroying your fine china, you don’t want them to be reduced to using the same boring Styrofoam plates you used at your July 4th BBQ either. Dress up the kids’ table with Madhouse Collection’s Fine Paper Dinnerware!
When setting the kids’ table you want to keep in mind that they will be piling plates high with Thanksgiving turkey or Christmas ham and all of the yummy sides. For this reason, you want to find a sturdy paper plate with a lipped edge. The square paper dinner plates from Madhouse have the perfect ratio of durability to chic decor. They are perfectly practical for being loaded down with a great big helping of mashed potatoes and gravy!
No matter how sturdy the plates are, something is inevitably going to be spilled by one of the kids (or adults!) during the holiday meal. Don’t be caught using your fancy cloth napkins to mop up a cranberry sauce spill – use one of these gorgeous (but disposable) napkins from Madhouse!
Madhouse Collection also has a fantastic serving tray for offering up your little ones’ favorite beverages such as Daily Mom’s delicious Caramel Apple Cider, or even for putting out some crayons and paper so that they can color a festive picture when they are finished with their meal! Best of all? This piece of tableware is not disposable – you’ll be using this chic serving tray frequently during the year!
Finally, as much as your children would love to devour the holiday meals using only their hands, we like to encourage mannerly table behavior! What is more fun than using flatware that resembles a tree branch? You and your kids will love Madhouse Collection’s translucent black twig cutlery!
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Kayla lives in Atlanta and is currently pregnant with her first baby, a girl. Kayla is a shoe hoarder and fashion addict. She can be found scouring Pinterest boards, fashion magazines and online boutiques in her spare time.