Beginning new chapters in your life is always such an exciting time, with new challenges, opportunities, and experiences. When moving into your first home, there are so many things that need to be taken care of and purchased in order to make it feel truly like your own home. The memories that will be made in your home will carry on with you into future homes as well. Here at The Storied Table, we hope to provide tabletop décor needs that will be associated with these memories.
When trying to gather these items before your big day, be sure to look to The Storied Table Wedding Registry. You can sign up online and manage your registry throughout the engagement, and we can be of any help along the way!
Here are a few of our products that will really bring everyone together to create these memories.
Our wooden boards are great for entertaining and bringing a crowd together. A wide variety of assorted cheeses, meats, veggies, and crackers can make for the perfect way to snack and catch up with friends and family. They also serve as great décor pieces when not being used in the kitchen!
Make your new dining room stand out from the rest, by placing the Tomo tray in the middle of your table to elevate hor d’oeuvres, a centerpiece, or candles.
Accent your new kitchen table with a beautiful piece from The Storied Table. With a wide variety of options available in table cloths and runners, showcase your style to add to the décor of your home, or to impress guests during a dinner get together.
Our Umi bucket is a popular choice among all our customers because it can be used in so many different ways. From a flower pot, to a utensil holder, to an ice bucket- the Umi can do it all. Not to mention its beautiful design adds such character to any room, balcony, or event space.
Ladies, our Dottie tray is the perfect accent to any room to hold your make-up, perfumes, and some jewelry. Add a candle to complete the décor.
The Axton tray is the perfect piece to set on a table in your front hall. Use it as a decorative piece for flowers or candles, or keep it bare for guests to place their keys when they arrive.