A Brunching We Will Go…

With the hottest part of the year nearly behind us, I’m looking forward to moving outdoors a little more often. I can’t wait to start using the fire pit, lounging out back, and just generally lingering out of doors.

Today I’m bringing you some inspiration for future casual weekend brunches that I plan on having once the weather cools down. Enjoy!

the vibe

If I’m planning on spending the better part of my morning out back (and I am), it has to be cozy and relaxed. I love the idea of a lush, vine-covered patio, lounge seating with comfy cushions, and colorful textiles.

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the food

For a laid back brunch that’s conducive to grazing, go for an array of dishes, sweet and savory. And of course, a gigantic pot of coffee.

a basic quiche is an instant crowd-pleaser



This tuna salad is a delicious spin on the classic from bon appetit via Fedish.


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This japanese vegetable pancake is to die for. I first tasted it at Xiao Bao Biscuit on my honeymoon in Charleston and my husband and I couldn’t stop talking about it. So we tracked down a similar recipe at smittenkitchen.com and have made it several times since then. Great brunch food!


le creuset french press?! be still my heart

the outfit

Of course I’m thinking about the outfit!


with a oversized sweater on top


cotton t shirt dress… is there anything better?

What about you? How do you like your backyard brunch? As always, check our pinterest board for photo credits and more brunchy ideas!

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