A Love Brunch

As I mentioned last week when I was playing around with table ideas, I had a few of my girlfriends over on Saturday to have a Valentine’s Day brunch.  Valentine’s Day is without a doubt the girliest holiday so it kinda just makes sense to celebrate it with some of your favorites ladies, right?  Anyways we kept it pretty low key and I just made a few breakfast casseroles that can be prepared the night before along with some biscuits and a fruit salad.  The most important part of a brunch, after all, is the cocktails.  Here are a few snippets from our love brunch.

Light pink hyacinths and white hydrangeas.  The hyacinths are so fragrant.

Hearts on strings I have had laying around since Colleen’s bridal shower.  I always hang on to this kind of stuff cause you never know when you’ll find use for it again.

A mimosa bar with OJ, peach juice, Chambord, and St. Germain along with raspberries, strawberries, mint, and candied ginger.  And champagne, obviously.

One of the dishes I made was this killer cinnamon french toast casserole and I will be sharing the recipe some time this week because it was just too good and easy not to.

Happy Monday friends!  Hope everyone has an awesome week!

  1. Kristen

    AWWW this looks like such a fun time! Sometimes time with the girls is the best.

  2. Colleen

    Such a lovely event and everything was so delicious! Great job meg. Also, Caitlin and Taylor make for beauty hand models.

  3. chartreuse & a twist

    Most beautiful brunch award, EVER!!! Seriously gorgeous…beautifully done 🙂 The heart strands are so cute! And, ummm…totally copying that mimosa recipe. YUM! XO Brynn

  4. Taylor

    Great pictures. That was such a fun time! All the dishes were super delicious and I loved the time I got to spend with my lady pals. Also, the snow at the end of the afternoon made it extra special.

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