Bubbly Mother's Day Brunch
Styled by Kailo Chic
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Prepare perfect party decor.
- Cut off 2-3″ from the straws to make them a bit shorter for cocktail glasses or leave them full size for regular pint glasses.
- Simply slip the end of the faux succulent into each straws.
Note: the paper straws are one time use only. So when the party is done, simply remove the succulent from the straw and toss the straw. Then insert the succulent into a new straw for the next party.
Pull it all together in just a few easy steps.
2-3 Weeks Prior
Purchase the party decor items (including DIY balloon garland kit) and serving ware that you need.
1 Week Prior
Place floral order (if ordering from a florist).
2 Days Prior
Purchase any groceries (food & beverage) you will need for the brunch.
Make the DIY mini succulent drink stirrers (see Prep Section above).
1 Day Prior
If making your own floral arrangements, pick up fresh flowers. Clean and prep the stems and put in bucket of water to allow them time to open.
If preparing food, start as much as you can and finish up the day ahead.
Pre-set the place settings for your tablescape.
Set up your bar cart.
Create DIY balloon garland (it’s best to do it the morning of the party).
Create your floral arrangements.
Make any last minute changes to your tablescape.
Set out the food & beverages about 30 minutes before the guests arrive.
Decor: $500 – $800
Food: $100 – $200
Beverage: $25 – $50
TOTAL: $625 – $1,050
Kailo Chic shares its top tips for pulling off this event.
Use a pitcher instead of a vase for flowers.
Make place settings by cutting names out of sticky vinyl and adhere to the table cloth to designate everyones seat.
Make a designated drink station with premixed cocktails like mimosas to make serving drinks easier.
For the buffet, we used two pink and coral boxes as risers and layered in a few vases with flowers and two bowls filled with sweet treats. In the center is a gold tray that I filled with gold rimmed water cups, a glass bottle filled with water, and a bowl of fresh fruit.
For the tablescape, you can alternatively make DIY place mats using patterned scrap book paper or printing out one of your favorite designs on 2 sheets of 8″ x 11″ paper that you tape together.