At eleven inches in length, the Honeysuckle serving tray is sufficiently large to hold enough canapés or cupcakes to serve a roomful of guests, yet small enough to be carried about the without feeling awkward or worrying about embarrassing slip-ups or spills. An experienced host or hostess knows that their first duty is to make their guests feel at home. And there's no better way to do that than to circumnavigate the room, goodies in hand, using the time-honored "would you like to try one of my special "whatever's" to get the conversation started. And if those goodies are presented on a Honeysuckle tray, no doubt the conversation will wander to complimenting that along with the food.
The Honeysuckle serving tray is a timeless piece of hand painted dinnerware designed to appeal to young and old alike. Its charming floral pattern makes it a perfect accent for those spring and summer get-togethers when gardens are in full bloom, and people are at their most relaxed and convivial. On the other hand, what better way to ward off the winter doldrums than presenting a moveable feast on a Honeysuckle serving tray while a crackling fireplace sends a warm glow throughout the room. Whatever the weather, Gail Pittman has a pattern and a piece to fit both the occasion and the season.