Attractive Options for Disposable Party Plates

Attractive Options for Disposable Party Plates

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Kristen Lubbe
Nov 23, 2009

Words cannot describe how tired we get of washing dishes. Our sink is small, and our landlord will not install a dishwasher. Even though there are bigger fish to fry in the world, when it comes to party time — we break out the disposable party plates.

We're well aware that holiday parties are a time when most people want to bring out their fanciest, priciest dinnerware — not us! We want to relax after a long day of cooking and fun night of entertaining. We don't want the gloom of knowing we have to wash all of the dishes at the end of the night ruining our good time.

We found four disposable party plates that don't make us feel guilty for seriously considering using them for our next party. What was typically a faux pas, now seems a little more acceptable — due to the fact that from a distance you can't tell the difference. Guests typically won't mind, it'll save them from the obligatory "Do you need help cleaning up?" question!

Besides the fact that these plates are in fact disposable, durable for one time usage, and pleasing to the eye — they also won't cost you an arm and a leg.

1 WASARA - Kaku Paper Plates - 12 pieces $7
2 Hampi Products - Jeeva Round - 12 pieces $9
3 Bambu Home - Veneerware - 8 pieces $10
4 Amy Butler - Tableware Parrot Tulip - 16 Paper Plates & 40 Napkins - $19

Would you serve these Disposable Party Plates at your holiday party? What are your favorite options for disposable party products?

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