Mother's Day Brunch Tips

Give Mom a break this year by hosting a Mother’s Day brunch! A Mother's Day brunch at home is great if you have a few siblings or cousins who can help you prepare the meal, make everything look really nice and help create a special atmosphere for Mom. It's also great if you have multiple generations of moms. Basically make it a women-only affair and send online invitations to all of the aunts, sisters, grandmothers, and moms in your family.  The Punchbowl invitation is a nice option for a Mother's Day brunch or tea party.                                      

You can keep the meal as simple or as decadent as you'd like. It's easy to pick up some fresh danishes at your local bakery and all the fixings for omelets, including onions, peppers, mushrooms, etc. French toast or pancakes with fruit on the side is also a nice treat. Provide an assortment of teas and flavored coffees for all your guests’ tastes.

One way to immediately make your table special for Mother's Day is with a beautiful floral centerpiece. If you have a green thumb you can put together one of your own. Or you could go to the local florist and have one made by including your mom's favorite flowers and colors. The colors in this centerpiece are nice for a Mother's Day brunch since they're bright and cheerful.

Put together a Mother's Day gift package for each mom in attendence at the Mother's Day brunch. You can include a teapot, a variety of teas, and some antique tea cups and saucers.


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