Looking for Mother’s Day brunch ideas that are fun and easy to pull together? Take a look at all the details of this garden-inspired Mother’s Day brunch that you can easily recreate at home.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Mother’s Day!
As mentioned last week, the Husband and I planned a small family brunch with his parents and grandmother. The party was simple, but scrumptious.
One of our favorite things about springtime is our small, but pretty garden. It’s filled with blue hydrangeas, and lots of pretty azaleas.
So, it just seemed natural to pull together Mother’s Day Brunch ideas inspired by those pretty flowers.
Easy Garden-Inspired Mother’s Day Brunch Ideas
Let’s start with the decor, shall we?
I decided to keep the color scheme simple, based on the blue and green from my favorite hydrangea plant in the yard.
Adding some inexpensive white lace on top of a pale blue bedsheet was an easy, and perfectly feminine backdrop. (see how I made the backdrop here)
All of the serve ware was in natural shades of green and brown or copper. And a simple bouquet of white store-bought flowers brought the garden inside.
There were plenty of little touches as well:
- Quotes about Mothers on flower-shaped prints
- Green ribbon wrapped around our three-tiered serving tray (get one that’s similar)
- Green ribbon tied through the appetizer spoons, and
- A simple “Celebrate Mom” banner, spelled out in daisies.
The Mother’s Day Brunch Menu:
We kept the menu small, but included a good mix of fun twists and easy store-bought fillers:
- caprese salad spoons,
- homemade blue rose and champagne macarons,
- salted Nutella croissants,
- lavender shortbread,
- french toast mini-cupcakes with maple-swiss buttercream
- assorted cheeses with fresh bread and crackers
- cinnamon buns, and
- broccoli quiche cut into wedges.
More Mother’s Day Brunch Ideas
Want to take things up a notch? Why not use this adorable printable set to make this the best Mother’s Day of all?
You can go big or small with this one, which makes it the perfect set to buy once and use over and over. Make the “All about Mom” book this year, and then spoil her with the service coupons next year. Just click on the image below to get more information.
Now, It’s Your Turn
With these Mother’s Day brunch ideas inspired by our spring garden, you can pull together your own beautiful, but simple get-together for your family!
Tell me your favorite Mother’s Day brunch ideas!
What would you serve for Mother’s Day brunch?