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Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth Bernard, are teaming up with Williams Sonoma on a line of gorgeous dinnerware that honors their late mother Gwendolyn. The tabletop collection includes plates, platters, mugs, a cake stand, and bowls with details based on sketches by their mother.
Trisha's mother died in 2011 from cancer, and this all-white collection takes inspiration from her baking which was a huge part of her daughter's lives. "When we were little kids, she would make wedding cakes and birthday cakes on the side to earn extra money for the family. And she would sketch out and draw what she was going to make," Trisha said in a promotional video for the Gwendolyn collection. The designs on each piece of the dinnerware collection are based on the sketches their mother would draw when planning out her cakes before baking.
"I don't think she would ever have dreamed that those sketches would end up now in everyone's home in such an elegant way," Trisha said. As an added touch, every item in the collection also features Gwendolyn's cursive signature at the bottom of the piece. In the video, both Trisha and Beth explain that their mom's encouragement is the reason they both love to cook now and this Williams Sonoma collection is a way to honor her while sharing their story with others.
The entire line can be purchased online right now through the Williams Sonoma website and will make its way to brick-and-mortar stores on April 5.
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