We all love spring, and here in Canada that means all things maple. I've teamed up with Buonanotte Catering , Joe's Prop House , and NDG Florist to style the perfect Cabane à sucre brunch. From pancakes and eggs, to garnished hen and tartes, we covered all your hosting basics for this sweet season. 5 tips to get this table styling look at home:
- Improvise with lots of florals and greenery. Let the look spill over from the food and drink, to the table or create a center piece with a runner that brings the florals the entier length of the setting.
- Add dimensions of height with multiple glasses, wood plant chargers, cake stands and candle sticks.
- Mix and match plates, glasses and serving dishes for the ultimate Cabane feeling. Play with glass, crystal, porcelain, wood and even tarnished metal.
- Decorate with multiple candles. Oversized melting candles give that cabin touch.
- Make sure wood is prominent in your decor, from the table to the chairs, add in wood stumps for seating options and food planks for decore where possible.
Discover the Buonanotte Catering Menu here. You can order from there if you are in the Montreal area, otherwise feel free to be inspired and create your own brunch from local produce. The key, only use authentic maple syrup and you'll have happy smiling guests.
Photography by Monique Simone.
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