Day After Brunch

Elegant Sunday Morning Brunch

Blood Orange Brunch Inspiration

Pretty flowers, champagne cocktails, and beautiful photos? Sounds like the perfect brunch! Heidi of White Loft Studio created a beautiful tablescape incorporating vintage china, silver, and linens from her mother’s personal collection. We love the mix of the rustic wood table, the soft textiles, and bubbly blood orange mimosas! The sweet florals by Petal Floral Design worked perfectly with this shoot by Ruth Eileen …

Peach and Mint Dessert Table

Brunch with Minted

Posted 03/19/2013 by in Day After Brunch, Floral and Decor \ 9 comments

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 …


Retro Brunch Inspiration

Prepare yourself for cuteness overload in this retro-inspired shoot from Jessica Lewis and Nico Designs! Set at the beautiful Santa Barbara Beach Club, the shoot incorporated just a pinch of vintage into a honeymoon brunch right on the sand. Wouldn’t you love to have a brunch like this the morning after your wedding just before you leave to go on your honeymoon? I absolutely …


Citrus-Themed Day After Brunch

Out of everything that went into the preparation for our vow renewal, I probably had the most fun and least stress planning the day after brunch.  It was held at South City Kitchen in Midtown, just steps from our hotel blocks and our venue from the vow renewal the night before.

Orange as a wedding color has always inspired me, so …


Day-after brunches

Posted 05/13/2009 by in Day After Brunch, Life, Logistics \ 4 comments

One of the amazing things about our wedding is how many of our guests will be coming from out of town. Only about 20% of our guests live in Colorado–which makes us feel so special that so many of our close friends are willing to travel such distances for us. Rather than thanking our guests with favors which they may …