Spring Brunch With SunnyD
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Celebrate Spring with a simple and stylish brunch that everyone will love.
I love to host Mother’s Day every year at my house. I love this day because I get to honor all the important women in my life. It’s a chance for everyone to gather and enjoy some spring weather. We are all like bears coming out of hibernating after this long, cold winter here in Chicago. I absolutely adore the casual Mother's Day Brunch I put together this year with SunnyD.
I created easy recipes, delicious drinks and fun decor to make Mother’s Day memorable for all my guests. I wanted to highlight the vibrant orange color of the SunnyD, so I selected fresh spring colors. I was inspired by blue sky and yellow sun since we have not seen either of these two for the past six months. I tied everything together with fresh flowers and the splash of bright orange adds the perfect finishing touch.
I created a fun, colorful display using SunnyD. I used a crystal pitcher to serve the SunnyD. I love that SunnyD adds a bold color to our gathering. I carried this around on a simple white tray. I tied a colorful ribbon around the pitcher for another splash of the blue. Each glass has some lemon, lime, grapefruit and orange slices as an added pop of color in our glasses. I used yellow coordinating polka dot straws with a Mother's Day printable straw flag to tie everything together.
I didn't spend weeks preparing this either. I simply looked around my house for what I already had to make Mother's Day special for all the ladies in my life. Simple color ribbon is an easy and fun way to perk up any table. All my simple color choices coordinate with the SunnyD color scheme.
I made Mother's Day dessert super easy on myself and purchased a gorgeous cake. I then simply embellished it with printable bunting to add more color to match the cake and the flowers. It is super easy to make, simply print out the bunting and glue or tape to some colorful twine. Hang the twine from two wooden skewers poked into your beautiful cake.