Sunday benedict brunch by Local Social

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To finish off the week we have a cute brunch shoot from our friends Catherine and Gretchen at Local Social. A spring brunch is so perfect for the season, isn’t it? Love the benedict bar and bloody marys!

We’re dying over this painted table with a chevron pattern!

Pretty! And yummy. If anyone is looking for planners for an intimate event in the bay area, call up the gals at Local Social!

Styling: Local Social / Photography: Emily Takes Photos / Plates: Aedriel Originals / Flowers: Clementine / Props: Mignonne Decor

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CJ on May 13, 2011

This is gorgeous! And a unique buffest/build-your-own idea. I have never seen a benedict table before. It is definitely an inspiration to think outside-the-box for bridesmaid brunch, rehearsal dinner, etc. It drives me a little crazy that their sign says "bloody mary's" though :( It should say "bloody marys".

Corinna on May 13, 2011

Breakfast never looked so good! What a great idea and beautiful photos!

Michelle | GOLD-HEARTED GIRL on May 13, 2011

This looks like it would be so much fun. I'm so ready for outdoor meals...

Weddingish on May 13, 2011

Yup... this just made us hungry!!! Lovely! (Is it Sunday yet?)

Gina on May 13, 2011

that table runner is fab! & now i want a bloody mary..... :)

Amy-Jo Tatum/Bride Chic on May 13, 2011


Jennifer on May 14, 2011

Hungry already..! Loving the clean, simple lines. I think this idea was executed perfectly-- and not too much fuss & muss either. I'd love to attend something like this ;)

Sarah on May 14, 2011

Wow! Amazing stuff. Now I really, really can't wait 'til my wedding next year. :)

Laura Whitney on May 14, 2011

*sigh* I don't think I'll ever get sick of chevron!

Gloria @ I Do Venues on May 15, 2011

Burlap is becoming such the rage- we all love it for the rustic and chic wedding- this runner is a perfect "touch" with out going to far over board- the brown glass vases are stunning and a great way o get that vintage feel

elvahilldfg on May 16, 2011


anna on Jun 1, 2011

This is a very cute idea but so misleading, I feel compelled to say something at the risk of being negative. Those items [particularly the eggs and the hollandaise, but don't leave out the english muffins and asparagus] would be freezing cold, née inedible, faster than you can say, pass me the serving spoon. If you've ever been in a restaurant kitchen during the brunch rush or tried to make a benedict on your own, then you know that timing is everything with those persnickety ingredients. They cannot be left out to pluck at will. A good solution would be soft-boiled eggs still in the shell [the heat lasts with the shell on], a fondue pot with a tea light for each hollandaise [sterno would "break" the emulsion, too hot] and warm covered trays, silver? for the rest. Oh and toast points on a sexy toast rack. mmmmm

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