Ladies Who Brunch-8What better holiday to break out the champagne than Mother’s Day?! Next to homemade cards and gifts, I am pretty sure mimosas fall next on the list of things that mom wants on Mother’s Day. Today, I am sharing some simple tips on how to style a Mother’s Day bar cart.  Ladies Who Brunch-74Ladies Who Brunch-7Ladies Who Brunch-6First, let’s start with the most obvious, champagne! I included two different varieties of champagne on the bar cart, a classic brut and a brut rosé. To pair with the champagne, I offered three different varieties of juice, including cranberry juice, orange juice and a guava juice. There was also a selection of fresh sliced fruit for guests to garnish their mimosa.Ladies Who Brunch-65Ladies Who Brunch-69 Ladies Who Brunch-9To give the bar cart a chic, feminine vibe, I displayed a custom watercolor “mimosa bar” sign along with hand lettered labels for the different types of juices. I also styled the bar cart with a white sequin table runner, vintage pink compote glasses, satin sleep mask favors, an ice bucket with floral ice cubes and pretty pink ranunculus tucked into bud vases.Ladies Who Brunch-98 Ladies Who Brunch-102 Ladies Who Brunch-23I love how this bar cart came together and hope you are inspired to create your own mimosa bar for Mother’s Day. To see the full Mother’s Day Brunch, click here.

Vendor Credits:
Photography : Brittany Gidley Photography / Event Concept, Balloons + Tassels: One Stylish Party / Napkins, Tent Cards: Tiny Prints / Floral Concept + Styling: A Charming Fête / Table Linens: Candy Crush / Bar Cart: World Market / Mimosa Bar Sign, Calligraphy Food Labels: Seaworthi by Farin / Vintage Glasses: Borrow Rentals / Embroidered Sleep Masks: Goia Boutique.