Wedding Registry for
Melissa Bosel & Brad Fields
September 27, 2019
The story behind the design...
Melissa and Brad live in Nashville. They frequently dine at many of the local restaurants--including Lockeland Table located in East Nashville. This particular restaurant is dedicated to fresh, local ingredients and working collaboratively with local purveyors. Chef Hal Holden-Bache and co-owner Kara Graham have created a commnity-based environment where a portion of the proceeds from their "community hour" is donated to the Lockeland Design Center--a neighborhood public school in the Metropoliltan Nashville Public Schools. Unlike typical happy hours, Community Hour invites children and families and offers a "kid friendly" menu where parents can enjoy hearty appetizers and their kids can enjoy mac and cheese!
After dining at Lockland Table, Melissa contacted us to schedule a design appointment and to visit our studio which is located one block from the restaurant. Melissa and Brad shared that they were interested in designing complementary serving pieces to go with the tableware that Melissa's mother gave them. Together they designed unique pieces that meet their lifestyle and based their choices on the LT Community tableware.
We hope you enjoy what they have designed!
Please know that all items are made to order and will be held at our studio for Melissa and Brad to pick up. Purchasers will receive (by mail) a "purchase card" that may be personalized and given to the couple so that they know about the special items you purchased.
Bosel-Fields Charcuterie BoardOut of stock
Bosel-Fields Bread and Olive Oil Serving SetOut of stock
Bosel-Fields Roast PlatterOut of stock
Bosel-Fields Bistro Share PlatterOut of stock
Bosel-Fields Share / Side PlatePrice$28.00
Bosel-Fields Small Chef's Serving BowlPrice$38.00
Bosel-Fields Large Chef's Serving BowlOut of stock
Bosel-Fields Cake ServerOut of stock
Bosel-Fields Berry BowlOut of stock
About Lockeland Table...
Lockeland Table Community Kitchen and Bar is nestled into the historic neighborhood of its namesake in East Nashville. Woven into its very fabric are elements of the community, history and camaraderie that make up its charm. From the reconstructed storefront to resemble the original 1930s H.G Hills dry goods store, to the center wall built by friends and family, to the comforting dishes paying tribute to Chef Hal’s upbringing, it all represents a piece of Lockeland Table’s foundation.