The Basics: White Ramekins & Small Bowls

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White Ramekins & Small Bowls

Elevating casual social functions such as birthday celebrations or football parties need not be complicated. Just a few simple essentials may be integrated into tablescapes to offer easy style. White ramekins & small bowls offer a clean shape & should be a staple in every entertaining collection plus make good use for everyday tasks. Pick up a variety of sizes & fill with sauces, condiments, toppings & anything that may be needed for recipes where guests may help themselves. They may be as simple or complex in design as you so choose. The key is to pair each with the proper ingredient. Use large ramekins for cheeses & diced tomatoes while the smaller ones contain chopped, fresh herbs, jalapeños & seasoning blends beautifully. Once filled, organize them on a tray & pair them with simple white cocktail napkins to elevate the look flawlessly. These valuable pieces may be showcased for simple, lovely gatherings all throughout the year.

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How To Style Simple Collections

When not in use, your essential party pieces may be organized in curio cabinets that not only serve as functional table ware when entertaining but simple style statements too. Follow my pointers to arrange them gracefully.

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 The key is to group & stack like items together. A half dozen creme brûlée ramekins look appealing when two rows containing three dishes each are arranged. Use cake stands as a base element to house layers of simple white dessert plates, bread & butter plates & other flat pieces by staggering the size from the largest on the bottom to the smallest on top. Underneath it, tiny bowls perfect for nuts, salt & pepper may be scattered in little stacks to balance the look. 

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