Since 68% of coffee drinkers (and we’re guessing the majority of you) have their first cup of coffee within an hour of waking up, we thought it was only fitting to share inspiration on how to host or be a guest at a Mother’s Day Brunch.
We think all of the inspiration you need is captured in this one photo!
1. Fresh Flowers
You know that saying, “April showers bring May flowers”, well, that’s just in time for Mother’s Day! Also, who doesn’t love the smell of flowers? Whether you cut some newly bloomed tulips from your own garden or you swing by your local Trader Joe’s (our favorite place for inexpensive but gorgeous flowers) before arriving at brunch, you can’t go wrong gifting that special Mom in your life fresh flowers!
2. Delicious Brunch Menu
If you are hosting your own brunch or maybe helping your sibling come up with the menu, we love the idea of a build your own waffle bar! Plan ahead and snag an inexpensive waffle maker like this one and set out a variety of toppings like fresh fruit, chocolate, peanut butter, whipped cream, and of course syrup. Delish!
3. Cameron’s Coffee
The perfect beverage to complement that mouth watering menu we just shared with you is definitely one of Cameron’s Coffee’s flavored blends. Might we recommend pairing your waffle bar with the buttery maple flavors of Cameron’s French Toast light roast?
4. Clean / Neutral Color Palette
To ensure you create an Instagram-worthy opportunity of all of the hard work you put in for your Mother’s Day Brunch stick with clean and neutral color palettes for your dishware and tablescape. Pro tip: don’t be so inspired by the little details in your photo opp that you let the waffles and coffee get cold!
5. (The One Thing Missing) Loved Ones!
The only thing missing from our photo of inspiration are your loved ones! Of everything listed, your mom and the other women in your life probably care the most about the people they are spending time with on Mother’s Day. So if nothing else, remember what’s not captured in this Mother’s Day Brunch photo — it’s most important to spend time together!