Last Minute Tips for Throwing an Amazing Mother’s Day Brunch

posted: 05/11/17
by: Amanda Mushro

Ask any mom and she will tell you what she really wants for Mother's Day is to spend a little quality time with the people she loves most. If she is being honest, she will also tell you she'd love a trip to the spa, her car detailed, and a few precious hours alone, but mostly she just wants to spend some time with her loves. So if are the one in charge of honoring mom with a delicious brunch and you are running out of time to make it just as fabulous as dear old mom, here's few quick tips, recipes, and d?cor ideas to put it all together in time to celebrate every mom in your life this Mother's Day

Mother's Day Tablescape
Twinkle Twinkle Littler Party

For the decor, tie everything together with one color. From ribbon on the centerpiece, napkin color and fun straws, you can make your brunch look chic with a coordinating pop of color.

Country Side Craving

In just a few minutes, you can whip up this pink champagne float to toast mom. This cocktail is so pretty, mom won't want to drink it. Kidding, it's too pretty not to enjoy!

Mini pancakes
Nugget Market

Don't just throw a few pancakes on a plate. Instead make these pancake mini stacks and garnish with fresh berries and powdered sugar. They will make a delightful addition to your Mother's Day brunch. Make pancakes from scratch or use a box mix for a last minute recipe.

Breakfast quiche
Klien Worth Co

These savory bites are easy to make and can be put together the day before. Add your favorite toppings like bacon, cheddar and a little spinach for color.

heart waffles
The DIY Mommy

No one wants to spend the entire brunch in the kitchen, so put together this waffle bar beforehand so mom can create her own specialty waffle, and you won't spend all afternoon cooking. If you use beautiful coordinating dishes, the waffle bar doubles as decor.

colorful flower pots

Go for a little creativity, color, and flair with your centerpieces. These tea cups are perfect for holding bright and beautiful flowers for your tablescape, and at the end of brunch, mom can take home the flowers.

Lia Griffith

When it comes to dessert, keep the bites small, colorful, and stack them up on a beautiful cupcake stand as a display.