Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate the special women in your life than with a beautiful brunch table setting? Whether you are hosting a small gathering of family and friends or having a brunch for two, setting a gorgeous tablescape is sure to be an added bonus for your special day.

Choose a Color Theme and Decorate with Mom's Favorite Colors

Adding mom’s favorite colors to the table setting is an easy way to honor her on this special day. Whether you prefer to use placemats, napkins, or even a table runner, find a way to incorporate her favorite colors into the decor. Try adding colorful flower arrangements or centerpieces to the table.

Flower Arrangement & Centerpiece

To create the flower arrangement, begin by selecting a few bunches of your mother’s favorite flowers, such as hydrangeas, roses, tulips, or peonies, to create an eye-catching centerpiece. For added texture and color, incorporate some foliage like eucalyptus.

Tablescape Place Settings

Select appropriate dishes, silverware, and glassware to match your decor. Also, pay some extra attention to food snd drink presentation. If you're serving mimosas, have the proper glasses to match. For activities, you can leave a little place card for everyone to write sweet messages to mom. 

What is the Best Food For a Mother's Day Brunch?

 Pastries like croissants or cinnamon buns are always a crowd pleaser, especially for the little ones. For drinks, having coffee, tea, juice, and alcoholic beverages from your bar offers variety. For the main course, fresh fruit salad, mini quiches, pancakes, bagels with cream cheese and salmon lox are great options that are sure to please even the pickiest eaters. 

Setting a lovely table for Mother’s Day Brunch is a great way to show your mom how much you care. It doesn’t have to be fancy or complex. Just add a few special touches to make the day more memorable!  If you want to read more posts like this, tap the link below! And make sure to follow along on Instagram @ninahendrickhome. 

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