Blue and Yellow Mother’s Day Brunch Decor

Make your Mother’s Day one to remember with this beautiful blue and yellow brunch decor featuring stunning fresh tulips!

Blue and Yellow Mother’s Day Brunch Decor 

With Mother’s Day quickly approaching, and me needing to exercise my decorating muscles, I decided to create a new tablescape! It all started when my friend Melissa of Blooming Betties, dropped off some gorgeous yellow tulips on my porch. The minute I saw them I knew they would be beautiful mixed with blues and whites! I was right, and this might just be my all time favorite tablescape to date and perfect for any spring or Mother’s Day brunch!

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Make your Mother's day brunch decor special with this classic blue and yellow color combo.

I’m so glad you have stopped by today! If this is your first time visiting welcome, I am Kelly from Colorado. This blog is all about DIY and home decor for real people. I’m a wife, mom and kindergarten teacher who loves to decorate! Today I am joining some blogging friends for a Mother’s Day Brunch Ideas blog hop hosted by Mansa, of This Is Simplicite. If you are coming over from Brittany of Vintage Society Co, welcome! Don’t her French crepes look amazing? I will be passing her recipe on to my husband and kids to add to my Mother’s Day menu! A Mother's Day tablescape complimented by tulips, ginger jars and vintage quilts.

Setting The Table

 I love creating beautiful tables for celebrations or parties! This is where I get to mix and match and use pops of color how ever I want! There is something so enjoyable about shopping your home and creating a beautiful setting in such a short amount of time. A blue and yellow Mother's Day tablescape.

Pillows add that touch of comfort to any table!

Blue and Yellow Brunch Decor

When creating a tablescape I always like to start with the base. In this case I used a gorgeous vintage yellow and white quilt of my mom’s. I was nervous that it would take away from the yellow tulips but I was wrong…the moment I placed it on the table I knew it complimented them perfectly. I love how unexpected it is!

TIP: Don’t be afraid to try something other than your normal tablecloth. Some ideas I’ve used before include quilts, bedspreads, blankets, craft paper, etc.

Un unexpected yellow and white quilts serves as the perfct tablecloth for this Mother's Day table.

Aren’t the scallops so sweet?

A beautiful yelow and blue themed table for Mother's Day brunch!

The floral pillows were found at Marshall’s and are from April Cornell! I love how they pull out all of the colors on the table.

A vintage quilt add the perfect pop of yellow to this Mother's Day table.

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The Centerpiece

For me creating the centerpiece is where I get to play with adding decor to my table! I mentioned this above but shopping your home is one of my favorite ways to save money. Since we are sheltering in place this was a perfect option while running out to buy new things to decorate with was not. Luckily, I also have a nice mother who is willing to drop off a few items for me to use as well!Blue and yellow decor for brunch? Yes please!

Why is it that flowers always make everything better? A good starting point for any centerpiece is always flowers. The more colorful the better! These yellow beauties from Blooming Betties are real. But, I have been known to use faux flowers on occasion and always love how they look. Don’t be afraid to mix it up or even combine real with faux. 

Some beautiful blue and yellow decor for the perfect Mother's Day brunch!

I started building my centerpiece with the tulips in the white vase and then added the variety of ginger jars. The little blue and white jar I scored at Hobby Lobby on clearance. Adding three tulips to it draws your eye to all the details! The wicker candle holders are my mom’s and add that perfect touch of pattern and texture that this table needed.Tulips are perfect for a spring tablescape!

TIP: Visit my Mother’s Day gift ideas post to see how you can add Blooming Betties flower subscription as a gift to yourself, or that special mom in your life!

Why not try blue and yellow decor for your next brunch?


Flowers and Plates and Books

All the little details from the flowers, to the plates to the blue books tie in the colors for this pretty table. They add that special thoughtful touch. My wood bread board serves as a great base and adds that natural element and adds a casual yet classy touch to the table.

A blue ginger jar on books adds height to this pretty tablescape.

Yellow tulips make for the perfect brunch decor!

These blue and white plates look pretty with a single tulip added for a fun pop of color!

Tulips on plates add a simple but thoguhtfl touch to each place setting.

Mother’s Day Brunch Decor

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed my blue and yellow Mother’s Day brunch decor. As a mom, step-mom and daughter,  I know things will look and feel a bit different than usual this Mother’s Day due to our present circumstances. My goal is to still make this day special and celebrate those I love even if it is from afar. If you enjoyed visiting today I would love for you to subscribe and come say hi over on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook!

Mother's Day table with touches of blue and yellow.

Next up on the blog hop is Lucy, from Craftberry Bush. Make sure you stop by and see her fabulous mimosa gift basket! It is stunning and just perfect for Mother’s Day. Then scroll down to see who else is sharing with me today as well.

To all my mama friends, my prayer is that you will feel loved, celebrated and special this Mother’s Day! 



Make sure to also visit the other ladies sharing with me today…

Vintage Society Co.

The Tattered Pew

Craftberry Bush

This Is Simplicite

The Best Mother's Day Brunch Ideas

DASH Lifestyles

Willow Bloom Home Blog

Vintage Society Co.

Simply Styled Inspo

Dans le Lakehouse

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  1. This is so pretty – I love blue, white and yellow. So happy I found your blog.
    Where did you purchase the lovely pillows?

    1. Thank you so much! It’s such a great color combo for sure. I am so glad you found me too. Welcome! The pillows are originally from Marshalls but they are made by April Cornell. I hope that helps. If I find a link I will let you know. 🙂

  2. Hi Kelly,

    A beautiful happy table you set, it’s sunshine for the eyes. The quilt on the table is cute with its edges. The tulips are pretty and works great with the blue.

    Love the print on the pillows, beautiful!


  3. What a gorgeous and fresh color combination! I love blue and yellow together. I love the blue and white ceramics and those pillows too. You made a stunning tablescape!

  4. I love it Kelly, especially the use of a quilt as a tablecloth … and the blue and yellow together are such a perfect combination… great job!!
    Now off to see the other Tablescapes.


  5. This is one of the prettiest color combinations I’ve seen in a long time! I just love the blue, white and yellow! Beautiful set up!

  6. Oh I just love the color palette Kelly! Your light fixture is gorgeous too, I’ve been wanting to swap mine out!

  7. I love how this turned out! Those tulips are beautiful and such an inspiring starting point.

  8. Kelly, Your table is so beautiful! I love the colors and the quilt for a tablecloth! It’s all so lovely!!!

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