5 In Events/ Personal Posts/ Series

brunch birthday

winter brunch table setup

A couple of weekends ago we welcomed the new year (and my next year of life) with a brunch that gathered family and friends. After all the holiday parties and late night celebrations, I wanted everyone to enjoy a relaxed vibe with free-flowing mimosas. It’s one of the nearest and dearest things to my heart to be a hostess in my own home. I adore the entire process of dreaming up an atmosphere, crafting a fitting menu, and setting that ‘finishing touch’ tablescape. The highlights of the meal were savory frittata cups and a belgian waffle cake (both recipes coming in the next few weeks). Other than drinking bubbly, eating our body weight in charcuterie, and catching up from the past few weeks, there was no party agenda. And that alone felt perfect. So here’s a glimpse into our first event for 2016!

I partnered with Susty Party for the minimalist serveware including cutlery, bowls, plates, napkins. Use code “onebrassfox” for $10 off your next order!

mimosa bar menucharcuterie board - one brass foxwinter floral arrangementlight filled interior - one brass fox home decor waffle cone fruit displaySusty Party tablewarewaffle cake for brunchpomegranate centerpiecebeautiful brunch displayindoor bistro lightsmimosa and bellini barbirthday brunch - one brass foxwithout those two on the right, none of this would be possible. xx

tell all
FacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrGoogle+LinkedInEmailShare

You Might Also Like

An advocate of dynamite brands that rewrite industry rules for fair trade practices and conscious consumerism.

Big this month

sharing a quick and easy tutorial for this diy velvet hair tie in assorted colors

November 21, 2017

sharing an easy holiday party style with this balloon sleeve dress, checked trench coat, and oxblood booties

November 20, 2017

friday finds 11 16 17

November 17, 2017

what to buy for babies and toddlers for the holidays or Christmas in this kids gift guide 2017

November 16, 2017