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pink ruffle mother's day brunch

I love this (relaxing!) brunch idea by Rebekah Dempsey of A Blissful Nest! She styled a Pink Ruffle + Garden Inspired Mother’s Day Luncheon with a cute favor idea for a fun get together with fellow mom friends! So kick off your heels and enjoy this feminine and delightful afternoon! :)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS, to look out for:

  • Gold Chiavari Chairs with Giant Tissue Paper Flowers
  • DIY Monogram stenciled napkin favors
  • Fruit Cups, Cinnamon Rolls and Fresh Orange Juice
  • Pink Ruffle Table cloth + polka dot painted kraft paper runner

paper flower chair back


fruit cups

brunch drinks

diy napkins

fruit cups

PARTY DETAILS, as told by Rebekah

After recently moving to Texas I wanted to celebrate Mother’s Day with my new mom friends. Though the main day is dedicated to being with my family, ahead of time I wanted to have a nice relaxing afternoon with my closest friends wining and dinning in my backyard. Mother’s Day is about us mom’s being slightly pampered (just a little!) so I set up a frilly ruffle dressed dining table under one of our trees and used these gorgeous gold chiavari chairs to add some glam. Oversized tissue paper flowers were attached to the chairs for a garden feel and a hand painted parchment table runner dressed the table.

Of course being a party stylist I had to have matching paper decorations to coordinate every last detail. Each lady got her name on a table card for her special spot at the table and her very own printed menu. As a party favor, I hand painted each ladies monogram on her dinner napkin. She received a set of 8 monogrammed napkins before heading home.

Mimosas are a personal favorite of mine and these were served with fruit infused ice cubes. Topped with a pink stripey straw and flag to add a fun touch to her drink. Yummy and simple brunch foods were served consisting of cinnamon rolls topped with mini tulle picks, an egg frittata, citrus salads served on our fun preppy raspberry monogram lucite tray and an orange/raspberry trifle for dessert. Beautiful hydrangeas mixed with raspberry pink roses were placed in an old iron stone pitcher. Bowls of mini cutie oranges were placed around the table for a citrus flare in decor and for a casual snack. Ladies were encouraged to kick off their heels, put up their feet and enjoy the luxuries of a quiet afternoon outside.

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