The wonderful thing about a "farmhouse brunch" theme is that most of the materials you'll need to decorate are natural and quite affordable. From sprigs of flowers to brown string to burlap, you probably already have most of the things you need lying around the house.
A light and charming brunch is the perfect way to start off what will otherwise be a hectic day of cooking and feasting during this holiday season.
Learn some great party planning tips from Pottery Barn Style Expert, Nathan Turner, about how to throw a Farmhouse Brunch. These easy brunch ideas are inexpensive, but still very stylish.
Planning a brunch doesn't have to be stressful with these brunch party ideas. Stop by your local farmer's market to find out what's in season, and buy fresh products that are available to you. Make your brunch decorations with every day household items. For example, you can turn Pottery Barn's chic hanging mason jars into simple, homemade lanterns.
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