Happy Easter! Will you be enjoying a special Easter morning brunch tomorrow? I think spring and brunch make a perfect pair. There are quite a few spring events that can be celebrated with a late morning meal. Mother’s day, baby showers, bridal showers, graduation parties, and of course Easter, to name a few. It’s easy to play hostess with a buffet of fresh fruits and simple breakfast treats. And decorating for a morning party can be a true delight. If you are planning a brunch this spring, be inspired by these 5 Ways to Host a Brunch Party.
1. Easter Morning Brunch
This butterfly themed tablescape was designed by Ellinee for an intimate Easter celebration, but the natural theme could work very well for any occasion. The use of curly twigs, really grass, succulents, and moss is a really smart idea for early spring events, when it’s still hard to find fresh flowers.
2. Spring Soiree Brunch
Thoughtfully Simple celebrated spring with an outdoor tablescape of playful pinwheels and bright citrus hues. A backdrop of white linens and dishes really makes the food and pretty pinwheel decorations really pop. The menus and labels are a really nice touch at this party.
3. Baby Shower Brunch
This adorable party comes from Hostess With the Mostess. The fantastic presentation lets simple foods like french toast, bacon, and milk become real showstoppers. (Check out those donut hole towers!) I love the use of chalkboards–big for the menu and small for labels.
4. Bridal Shower Brunch
This bird-themed brunch from Rattlebridge Farm is perfect for Easter, a nesting mother-to-be, or a bride who’s feathering her nest. The birdhouse vignette is just too fun to look at, and you have to see the sweet little birdie rolls that were made just for this occasion.
5. Mother’s Day Brunch
Celebrations at Home shares this pretty pink and yellow themed brunch for Mother’s Day. The theme was inspired by the table linens and delicious drinks. You’ll enjoy seeing how quotes about mothers were incorporated into the tablescape.
Will you be throwing a brunch party, this spring? What are some of your favorite brunch tips and recipes?