The saying “friends are the family you choose” could not ring more true when it comes to our list of what to be thankful for this year. In a time where we are so limited on when we can see our friends, we have never been so appreciate of all they do for us. It should go without saying that a Friendsgiving is a tradition we love to highlight. Today on the blog is no exception. It’s time to bust out your pumpkin pie and rally up your best friends. Because, this but first brunch Friendsgiving celebration is going to inspire you to get the gang together to celebrate!
“Who says a Friendsgiving celebration has to be a dinner?! We went for a fun brunch this year because brunch is always a good idea!! Some of the essentials are a mimosa bar, a pretty and tasty food spread, a gorgeous tablescape, and of course – friends!! Think about it, mimosas and delicious foods?! Sounds like the perfect scenario for me and the perfect way the celebrate your quarantine pod this year!
We created this pretty table using all of The Little Market’s gorgeous tableware – with a focus on pink! Because all great girl gatherings start there. The table was set outside, because when you live in sunny Southern California you can do that! Our friend Marnie hosted at her beautiful home and lent her amazing rentals as she’s the owner of Sweet Salvage Rentals. Sarah from Colette’s Catering made sure the brunch spread was hearty! Everything from Fried Chicken and Waffles, to Quiche, a beautiful Fall Fruit Board, and so much more. OH and, the Mimosa bar Colette’s put together was a hit!
Alex from Third & Park created those gorgeous Fall floral arrangements you see through-out the photos. Courtney from Poppy Jack Shop teamed up with Nicole from The Neutral Knot and they were kind enough to lend their talents to all of our details. From the invite, to the place cards and even the pretty menus. We had to add our favorite balloons from The Pop Shop of course! All of us gals contributed to this pretty party and enjoyed each other’s company as well! Everything was captured beautifully by Julia Lukash who shot both digital and film.”