While everyday might be perfect to celebrate family, Mother’s Day will be happening across the globe in May.
Many countries will be celebrating mothers and their incredible roles in our lives. If you live in the US, you might be already planning something for May 13th. If you weren’t, now is the appropriate time to start thinking about how you’ll be celebrating this cheery day. Below, you will find some suggestions on how to throw a stunning and delicious Mother’s Day brunch for you and your friends!
In order to plan the best Mother’s Day brunch ever, you need to have a concept first. Last Mother’s Day, Laurén from Twink + Sis co-hosted one of the most beautiful brunches ever. Below, you will see her amazing party design, and get some ideas on how to host your own brunch.
1. Decide on a theme
The first step towards creating the best Mother’s Day Sunday brunch and make sure everyone is on the same boat is to come up with a theme. It doesn’t have to be anything very specific. Laurén and her friends Chase Beckerman & Stephanie Nortman decided to go with a crafts theme, getting everyone envolved, creating stunning personalized accessories.
2. Always make it floral
Next on the agenda is to bring in the flowers. And since your Mother’s Day brunch will be happening in May, when Spring is in its full bloom, it only makes sense to accessorize your dining room with stunning flowers. Make it colorful and nice.
3. Bring in all the essentials
Dinnerware and cutlery are absolute musts when designing your dining room for this event. Make sure you get these essentials to match your theme. If you’re going with a soft, floral theme, get simple dinnerware that will not overpower your table setting.
White porcelains and minimalist brass candle holders will create a magical setting, perfect for a Spring sunday brunch.
4. Don’t forget the (delicious) food!
Last, but not the least, if you’re hosting a brunch, remember to bring out what makes it all happen… food. Our advice is to go with a few canapes and even some tapas, depending on the theme you’re going with. Laurén went with a few simple hors d’oeuvres and these floral cupcakes which look absolutely amazing!
Plan your Mother’s Day brunch with Essential Home
It might be a cliché, but as soon as we think about Mother’s Day ideas, our minds travel immediately to rooms filled with gorgeous soft pink details. The stunning setting above in soft pastel pink hues showed us how easy it is to make this color look tasteful. If you’re looking for the same look for your dining room area, where you’ll be hosting your own Mother’s Day breakfast or brunch, make sure to look at our suggestion below.
Photos © Jenna Elliott | One Eleven Photography
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