How to: Host for the Holidays in Style


Moroccan Ceramics - White & Gold {The Little Market}

After “Happy Holidays” follows get-togethers with loved ones and delicious treats. Be the hostess with the mostest and create a beautiful tabletop fit for gift exchanges, baking parties, and family meals. Opt for a white and gold palette to brighten up your holiday table using ceramic plates, bowls, and hand-woven napkins.

Moroccan Ceramic Bowls {The Little Market}

Be prepared with a bowl to fit any dish. Choose one of our handmade bowls to store dips, dishes, or desserts. Take them to a potluck and add a chic touch to your host’s or hostess’s table.

Moroccan Ceramics {The Little Market}

Keep the crumbs off of your party attire. Set out handmade napkins to dress up a table. They can easily be washed for years of reuse and gatherings.

Moroccan Ceramic Plates {The Little Market}

Choose the plate size to match the dish. Stack smaller plates on top for appetizers and keep the larger plates for the main course. Also use them to display sweet donuts, cinnamon rolls, and more!

Moroccan Ceramic Bowl {The Little Market}

Not olive your items have to be white or gold. Add a rustic touch with olive wood salad servers. Guests will love serving themselves kale salad with these wooden utensils.

Morrocan Ceramic Mug & Teapot {The Little Market}

Sugar plums may dance through your head, so get out of bed to use a white and gold mug. Sip hot coffee or hot chocolate in style while you munch on a sweet breakfast. Hosting a brunch for friends with these cups and plates is sure to be a hit!

Moroccan Ceramic Plates - White & Gold {The Little Market}

Start a conversation. Since the holidays are all about giving back, these ceramics have an extra meaning. Each piece is handmade by artisans at Chabi Chic in Morocco. Skilled workers paint the 14 carat gold designs by hand onto each item, making every piece truly one-of-a-kind.

Don’t put these ceramics away just yet! Reuse them for New Year’s dinners or year-round. What other colors do you use for holiday festivities?

Photos by Alandra Chavarria

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