Some know this like the back of their hand, others may need a refresher! #dining
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Here's a great (and super helpful) guide for setting your table correctly.
Formal or informal, if you are setting the tea table, you are serving a high tea...low tea, or afternoon tea is not usually served at a table, though it can be for convenience.
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Traditional Formal Place Setting- Generally, you follow utensil placement in order from the one farthest from the plate and work your way inward.
Need to steal this to teach the girls for Activity Days on Etiquette and Manners. I was invited once to a surprise Formal setting. Never do that to anyone. : )
French place setting diagram (commentaries in English here. There is a similar pin but in French elsewhere on this cuisine board.)
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