This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Chinet® brand . All opinions are 100% mine.
It’s spring brunch time! Isn’t it funny that spring seems to kick off the peak of brunch season? Easter brunch, Mother’s Day brunch, etc. Every day is brunch season in my book, but spring brunch is extra fun because of the fresh fruits coming into season and the pretty spring brunch decor.
I always love to peruse spring brunch tablescapes and spring home tours on Pinterest… I love the total transformations of everything from the pillows to the window treatments to the china and stemware. I have always wanted to do one but I really don’t have the budget (or storage!) to completely overhaul my decor for every season.
Well this year I’m doing it – my very first spring home tour starring my spring brunch tablescape! I was able to go ALL OUT with this theme, but there will be nothing to store, clean or have buyer’s remorse over because it was all made with the Chinet® Cut Crystal® line.
Chinet Cut Crystal products are the only fully coordinated line of disposable tableware so it makes putting a beautiful tablescape together a breeze. For my spring brunch, I used the dinner and dessert plates, cups, stemless wine glasses, cutlery and Chinet® Classic White™ dinner napkins. The Chinet Cut Crystal line is perfect for entertaining because it is sturdy, elegant (chic, disposable tableware isn’t an oxymoron my friends!) and matches any decor.
Are you ready to join me on my first ever spring tour?!
My Spring Brunch Tablescape
For my spring brunch place settings, I created disposable spring placemats out of patterned card stock with a scalloped edge; the scallop detail tied in nicely with the elegant swirl pattern on the Chinet Cut Crystal plates.
Then I cut out round cardstock in coordinating patterns to place between the large and the small plates.
I made spring cutlery too… because I can! I simply added spring-y washi tape to each piece to create elegant spring cutlery.
I love giving my guests a little favor to take home and these succulent planter place cards might be my favorite favor ever!
And the easiest ever too! I filled Chinet Cut Crystal cups with soil, added a succulent, topped with pebbles painted in assorted spring colors and added a place card glued to a toothpick!
I’m a big fan of food bars (see proof here!), so for my spring brunch I decided to stay light and spring-y with a yogurt parfait bar. I made a menu stand for the yogurt parfait bar with a Chinet Cut Crystal plate and card stock and placed the parfait fillings in Chinet Cut Crystal cups sitting inside spring-like cupcake liners.
The Chinet Cut Crystal cutlery comes in a hostess-ready container, so to make it flow with my spring brunch theme I just popped the top off of the container and wrapped the bottom with scrapbook paper.
How do you like my spring brunch?