You’re Invited to Christmas Brunch
I can hardly believe Christmas is a week from today! The holidays always seem to sneak up on me, but the unusually warm weather we’ve been experiencing here on the east coast has really thrown everyone for a loop. It’s been more of a challenge than usual to get into the spirit, but I’m doing my best. I’ve also been thinking about the brunch my family will be sitting down to Christmas Day and what it might include – and you’re invited.
ROW 1: Buffalo Plaid Stocking // Choose Joy Banner // Felt Ball Wreath ROW 2: Metal Cap String Lights // Nomad Candle // Painted Tin Merry Christmas Sign ROW 3: Paper Top Star // Poplar Cone Tree // Porcelain Cityscape ROW 4: Selenite Fireplace Logs // Teak and Brass Tree Stand // Wooden Tree
ROW 1: 3-Piece Marble Trivet Set // Abbesses Plates in Green // Cotton Tablecloth ROW 2: Heathered Napkins // Iridescent Serving Utensils // Kinto Dew Glass Tumbler ROW 3: Lily Pad Tray // Maple Wood Kitchen Utensil Set // Marble & Wood Cheese Boards ROW 4: Marble Ceramic Dinner Plate // Ombre Bottlebrush Trees // Painted Concrete Candleholders
ROW 1: Black Tea and Cardamom Cake // Blood Orange Buttermilk Upside-Down Cake // Bourbon-Cherry and Almond Dutch Baby ROW 2: Browned Butter Sweet Potato Squares // Caramelized Banana Bread with Gingersnap Butter // Cranberry Curd Tart ROW 3: Eggnog Custard Oatmeal Brûlée // Make Ahead Orange Clove Rolls // Orange Pomegranate Scones ROW 4: Ricotta Goat Cheese Polenta Bake // Roasted Broccolini, Bacon, and Caramelized Shallot Quiche // Salt Crusted Potatoes
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