Wednesday, January 5, 2011


Whether planning a casual get-together or hosting a formal breakfast, a breakfast table setting requires proper planning
Cover the basics when setting a table for breakfast. Set the breakfast plate on the table. Place a dinner fork on a napkin to the left of the plate.
To the right of the plate, place a knife, spoon and tea spoon.
Include a coffee cup and saucer when setting the table. Also opt for adding a juice glass for those who wish to drink juice instead.
Round out the breakfast table setting by including an additional glass for water.
Salt, pepper and additional condiments such as cream and sugar belong on the table within easy reach of your guests.
Add a centerpiece and additional table decor for an extra touch.

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