A Brunch Table Setting Idea for Mother's Day

Brunch table setting ideas

This Mother’s Day, why not surprise your mum with a beautiful brunch at home? Here, inspired by our friends and home styling experts at We Are Triibe, we show you how to style your brunch table like a pro – with all the finishing touches to make mum feel special. When it comes to setting your table, it's all about playing with heights, contrasting tones and subtle pops of colour through the floral arrangement, homewares and food.

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• Begin with a set of plates in a neutral palette, which will elevate any space and easily compliment the navy accents and pops of colour within the assortment of food.

Brunch table setting idea

Robert Gordon dinner plates, entrée plates and mugs. Country Road napkins. David Jones 24-piece cutlery set.

• When styling a tableware setting, it helps to place larger items first, to allow you to find a nice balance of heights across the centre of the table.

Brunch table setting idea

• Introduce serving trays, bowls and cheese boards in contrasting colours and shapes that sit nicely with your furniture.

Brunch table setting ideas

Davis & Waddell paddle and bowl set.

Brunch table setting idea

Maxwell & Williams three-tier cake stand.

• Add interest by knotting the napkins and draping them across each plate for guests.

• Place the floral arrangement in a statement vase to create a welcoming atmosphere.

• Take the opportunity with your food selection to add some colour and playfulness in your selection of food and treats.

Brunch table setting ideas

Selection of David Jones pastries, macarons, tarts, grapes, crackers, olives, Camembert cheese, chocolate-coated strawberries.

• And – last but not least – a card for the guest of honour.

Featured in top image: Tony Parker dining table and dining chair. Georg Jensen vase. David Jones glasses.

Make mum a beautiful Vanilla berry cookie cake