Brunch with Minted

If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram, you may have seen that last week I was lucky enough to be able to attend an absolutely lovely brunch in New York hosted by Minted to celebrate the launch of several fabulous new products!  The Little Owl was just the right size for our group, and the venue was only highlighted by the absolutely adorable decor styled by Hank + Hunt and Minted. The peach and mint brunch featured a precious dessert table with pinwheel background (love!), coordinated bunting and paper mobiles, and decor from the brand-new Matthiola line designed by Moglea for Minted. Oh, and on top of the wonderful new decor lines (meaning: you can have this look for your next party!), Minted is introducing letterpress invitations and fabulous luxe paper options. Thanks to Minted for a fabulous event—see it all in the gallery!

Peach and Mint Dessert Table

Peach Green Brunch TableBerry Cocktails

Calligraphy Place Card

Bunting from MintedMinted Scallop Circle Menu

Gold Fringe LettersStriped Drink Straws

Peach Brunch Flowers

Pinwheel DecorPeach Brunch Table

Brunch with Minted

Event Planning – Minted \ Decor – Moglea for Minted \ Event Styling – Hank + Hunt + Minted \ Photography – Charlie & Juliet \ Cake – Sugar Flower Cake Shop \ Venue – The Little Owl \ Floral – Maggie B. Hollingsworth of The Little Owl \ Calligraphy – Barbara Callow

*Minted is one of EAD’s fabulous sponsors, and generously paid for travel and accommodations. This is not a sponsored post, and all the gushing is mine!

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9 comments on “Brunch with Minted

  1. Amy from Sugar Flower Cake Shop writes...

    Thank you SO much for including a pic of our cake in your post and then so many in the gallery! Definitely agree with the above post that the styling was incredible. An awesome group of people put it all together!

  2. Stephanie writes...

    Hi! So gorgeous! I am trying this decor out on a baby shower, but was wondering where you purchased all of the beautiful fans….please point me in the right direction! Also, how did you get them on the wall with no hanging lines showing? Did you overlap using tape, and that hid the lines behind? Pls help on how to get this same look! I’ll be looking for your reply…my event is soon, and I have to purchase now. Thank you so much!!! Stephanie

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