Butterfly Mother’s Day Luncheon
A sweet luncheon to celebrate Mother’s Day! A backyard butterfly-themed lunch in green and blue!
Backyard Mother’s Day Luncheon
Celebrate Mother’s Day with a backyard garden luncheon for Mom! With spring underway, add in touches of the season with butterfly cookies and lots of flowers!
We LOVE these intricate butterfly cookies at each place setting. We can picture them for a children’s party with a butterfly theme too). Paired with daisies, this mother’s day luncheon is perfect for enjoying out in the garden. Simply drape a card table with a patterned fabric for an easy “outside” table!
We made mini cupcake stands out of glass candlesticks and mini glass plates. They were perfect for simple vanilla almond cupcakes decorated with a real daisy! We wrapped the daisy stem in a bit of aluminum foil and gently placed it inside the cupcake. Easy + cute!
Simple blue and green boxes held sweet favors to go – and a special extra treat for Mom! What is so important to notice is that tables look gorgeous in a color palette, you certainly do not have to match every single hue. The lime and aqua of the favor box blends beautifully with the subtle blues and yellows in the table linens and cookies.
We hope you found lots of inspiration for a simple, outdoor luncheon to celebrate Mom! For more Mother’s Day inspiration, check out this shabby chic dessert table! Plus, pick out the perfect card for Mom – see which card I chose for my Mom!
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Holy shmoly this is beautiful! I’m in love, awe, shock, amazement. Amazing work!
omg, this is so beautiful!
This is beautiful! I would love to see some information about the plates that were used. I think they’re adorable and would love to see if I can find some for myself.