I can’t believe christmas is next week. This year I feel as if it’s completely crept up on me. Fortunately I have done all of my christmas shopping with the except of a couple of small stocking stuffers. I love this time of year, almost more than the actual day of christmas. But there is one thing I love on christmas morning and that is brunch. Every year my dad and stepmother make a killer brunch that includes maple syrup bacon with cracked pepper, a boursin and potato hash quiche, along with other little treats.
This year I want to decorate the table as well. That’s why Katie from Meyers Styles and I came up with the perfect rustic christmas brunch tablescape along with a great egg cup recipe (look out for it tomorrow).
We choose the peacock feathers for the place settings because they brought a fun and interesting pop of color to the simple plates and napkin. There is also a cinnamon stick option shown below if finding peacock feathers is hard to find.
We wanted to do something simple and inexpensive for our Christmas floral centerpiece. We thought baby’s breath was perfect. Not only is it available pretty much at any flower shop, but it reminds us of little snow flakes. We used different sized vintage mason jars and salt shakers for the arrangements. Along with the flowers we added glittery silver candles, pinecones, an antler and evergreen. All of these elements together creates a beautiful rustic Christmas vibe. Perfect for a holiday brunch.