Our Dallas office was asked to design a Mothers’ Day Brunch Table and we were happy to help! Excerpt from D Magazine. See the full article in the link below.
Whether you are hosting this at your home or a restaurant, you can always spruce a table up! Mother’s Day is such a cheery holiday, and the perfect excuse to bring in bright colors! Feel free to offset them with a contrasting color such as a navy, or a shade of blue.
You may already have a beautiful table that may not need a full linen, but adding a nice table runner can be a great touch. We always recommend a cloth napkin for an extra pop of color and detail to your table.
The Chargers, Flatware, China, Glassware
Place settings are always our favorite part! The more plates, glasses, and silverware, the better. With a brunch, it may be a little overkill to have too much going on, but a charger, dinner plate, and a salad or dessert plate should be the right amount. You can spice things up by having an accent plate for the dessert or salad, such as this Corsica china, or even a textured plate. For the silverware, be sure to have a fork for each course, as well as the knives, and a teaspoon for coffee. Gold, copper, and rose gold silverware is so stunning, and such a fun way to mix up the traditional silver flatware. When it comes to the glassware, go for a water goblet, a champagne flute (who doesn’t love a mimosa?), and—depending how important coffee is to your crowd—a cup and saucer.
Flowers are a great way to bring in lots of color and joy, and create a cheery focal point for your table.
The Place Cards
No matter how large your event is, place cards are a special detail that reminds your guests how important they are to you. You can pick up tented place cards at any paper store, order printed ones from Etsy.com, or pick them up from a local invitation designer. Add a bloom to each place setting along with their sweet place card for a nice extra touch.
Calories don’t count of on the holidays! There’s nothing better than macarons and a lot of laughter on Mother’s Day”
See the full article from D Magazine.
Venue: Marie Gabrielle // Photo: Meggie Taylor // Florist: Petals Couture // HMUA: Anastasia Strattan // Clothing: Pink Rooster and Cousin Earl // Rentals: Bella Acento // Desserts: Amuse Bake Shop