I love flowers, so a flower-filled, botanical brunch was right up my alley. The amazing design center at Rolling Greens served as the location and featured this delightful, conservatory-type nook. Here, I used a 19th century table and paired it with garden benches and wicker chairs. I filled the space with a variety of plants, including jasmine, ivy topiaries, kumquat trees, and various ferns.
For food, the Kitchen made such floral delights such as strawberry and balsamic shooters with nasturtium, edible flower spring rolls, and an orange blossom cake. Of course, what’s a party without an over the top bar? From Found I styled this huge dresser and tucked in plants throughout the drawers including the most perfect violet plants. And the Kitchen made a variety of floral simple syrups, and even, floral ice cubes to pair with a classic gin fizz. You can see more of this spread in Flutter Magazine issue 16, which is on newsstands from 3/19.
Photography: Michelle Beller | Publication: Flutter Magazine | Styling: Kelly Oshiro | Food Styling: The Kitchen for Exploring Foods | Floral Design: Native Poppy | Location + Tabletop Props: Rolling Greens | Placesettings: Theoni Rentals | Paper: Minted | Furniture : Found Vintage Rentals