Clear Dinner Plates
Clear Dinner Plates
Need to have these plates in more colors.
June 27, 2014
We purchased these for an outdoor wedding reception. They are a good size and stronger than regular paper plates. The thicker paper plates would be stronger but not as nice looking for a reception that is why we went with the clear plastic. They also match the spring theme of flowers because they have the decorative scalloped edge. I do wish they were just a little thicker, but they will work.
March 15, 2014
Not really dinner plates
These are nine inches across but the inner circle is 7 inches where the food goes great for finger foods or a brunch not great for a reception will not hold heavy food.
September 10, 2012
Perfect for a Budget Wedding
I have not been able to use these yet, but they look great and a prefect alternative to plastic plates.
May 16, 2012
I bought these plates to use as a dinner plate for my reception but I'm disappointed in the durablilty. When I first recieved the plates almost every one (150 total) were broken. I shipped them back and recieved new ones which are in better shape, but after handling one it broke in my hand.
May 11, 2012
Worst product ever
You have to wash before use and some of the plates broke in half in my hand when I was washing them. The are not dinner plates at ALL, I will be using them as salad plates instead, or may not use them at all!!!!
October 17, 2011
Good Plate for the $$$
I use these plates as a base for diaper cakes and they work great! The scalloped edge keeps it from looking like I used a plate and they are sturdy enough to support all the diapers and baby goodies. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that the scallops will break off if you put any pressure on them, they're not too sturdy. I think these would work great for food also.
June 29, 2010
Should'nt Be Called Dinner Plates
These Plates Are Cute elligant but they are not durable enough to serve dinner on. they are only suitable for finger foods and snacks.
September 26, 2009