Zac and I invited our families to our house for a Mother's Day Brunch. We live just about halfway between both of our parents, which is ideal for us. We love when everyone comes to our house. We don't have to travel, and I love entertaining.
We had so much fun planning this brunch, but it was a lot of work. I have a new appreciation for the graduation parties my mother threw us - which had about twenty times the amount of guests. We really wanted it to be special for our moms, so we spent a lot of time preparing.
Our menu was very Pinterest inspired, of course...
- Mini breakfast casseroles
- Mini coffee cakes - a recipe I can't give you because it's from my mom's good friend who doesn't want her to have it!
- Veggie tray
- Fruit kabobs
- Warm brie cups
- Salted white chocolate chip cookies
- Make your own fruit pizzas
I found navy blue and hot pink tablecloths at Homegoods, and I used that to set the theme for the brunch.
The drink station. We had bloody marys, mimosas, coffee, soda, and lemon water.
Check out the skewers on the fruit kabobs. I colored water with food coloring and soaked them for a few hours and voila! Hot pink to match the theme!
These mason jars belonged to my grandmother, who gave them to me last summer. I love them!! If you ever put flowers in a mason jar, use small carnations like these. They look perfect!
HOW CUTE ARE THESE?!? I made them using this pan.
I found these flower balloons on Pinterest. Do you like my take on them?
My pretty mom enjoying a mini fruit pizza.
My wonderful mother in law opening her presents.
Our moms loved their brunch, and we had a blast spending time with our families. Do you need proof of how hard we worked? This is what I found about 30 minutes after everyone had left: