Mother’s Day is coming up and what better way to celebrate the mothers in your life than by throwing a vintage themed brunch?
I adore throwing parties and find the whole production to be creative and fulfilling.
I thought I would compose five different ideas that I found on Pinterest and put them together to help you throw a glamorous vintage inspired brunch for Mother’s Day.
Celebrate With Flowers
When looking for inspiration, I often find a picture that gives me the feeling I want to portray in my parties because it helps clarify my vision. I found this beautiful tablescape where the hostess used vintage tea tins as vases and lined them along the center of the table. What a wonderful way to display a collection!
Though the original inspiration of flowers in tea tins had what looks to be wild flowers arranged in a colorful manner, I thought baby’s breath with butterflies could be a delicate and inexpensive touch on your vintage Mother’s Day brunch tablescape. Baby’s breath can be found at almost any grocery store or florist, and the butterflies can be found at any craft store.
Celebrate With Food
Isn’t this idea of printing out the menu and using it as a napkin rings a clever way to let everyone know what was being served for brunch? I also like the individual flower at each place setting because they can double as party gift.
As I was combing through Pinterest I found this wonderful oatmeal bar and thought it would be perfect for a Mother’s Day brunch! I like the idea of something simple and light, and then each guest can doctor their bowl as they like it! This makes your job much easier because you can put together the garnishes the night before, and then cook the oatmeal in a slow cooker before the guest arrive.
Celebrate With Drinks
Besides having coffee and tea, you should also celebrate with a mini mimosa bar! This way your guests can taste different mimosa combinations and see who makes the best drink.
By using these ideas as inspiration, you too can throw an elegant vintage inspired Mother’s Day brunch. If you enjoyed this post, you might like see all of my vintage inspired parties HERE.