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Elevate Your Mother’s Day celebration with brunch and a takeaway bouquet! Explore ideas to create a memorable Mother’s Day Brunch and Bouquets.
Hosting an at-home Mother’s Day brunch is a great option when you don’t feel like going out into the crowds at a restaurant.
Instead, you can create a calming spread at home by decorating a beautiful table and keeping the food options easy, or go all out if cooking is your thing.
Celebrate at home with brunch and a fun flower bar experience for the moms to enjoy.
Read on for all of the pretty details of this Mother’s Day Brunch and Flower Bar.
Mother’s Day Brunch and Bouquets Tablescape
Putting together a charming tablescape is one of my favorite aspects of hosting. I love to set the table as far in advance of the gathering so I can savor the pretty details for as long as possible.
I always shop my home before I buy something new, which meant I was able to reuse napkins (similar), the eucalyptus garland, and candles I already had. Of course, I also used our everyday dinnerware, cutlery, and wine glasses.
I topped off the tablescape with some pretty fresh blooms and a pop of pink with an ombre balloon garland.
DIY Flower Arrangements for Mother’s Day Brunch
As a parting gift to all the moms in attendance, my sister and I put together a DIY flower bar. Every mom was able to make their own takeaway bouquet to enjoy pretty flowers in their home.
We set up the flower bar on my console table and had a few small gifts for each mom, which we displayed here as well.
I shopped my home for all of the vases. In fact, I had everything I needed already on hand except for the flowers.
I picked up flowers at our local grocery store and Trader Joe’s, making it an affordable option, although the pink peonies were the biggest splurge. They sure were a pretty addition to our bouquets!
I created height and broke up the flowers all being on the same level by using this wood crate, which also held supplies like scissors, flower food for everyone to take home, kraft wrap, and ribbon.
Normally I would have organized this a little nicer, but alas I was in a rush to get everything set up before guests arrived. Hence why I strongly suggest you set up anything you can the night before.
This Flower Bar sign from Kirkland’s added a fun whimsical detail to our flower bar. Sadly, it’s sold out, but you could create a similar sign yourself using a flower bar SVG file.
If you’d like to host your own flower bar, be sure to check out this full guide to setting up an at-home flower bar for Mother’s Day.
Isn’t this Mother’s Day brunch and flower bar idea such a fun way to celebrate Mother’s Day?
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