Mother’s Day Brunch with Caramelized Supper Club

I’m not going to lie, Mother’s Day is a really special day for me. I love all the art that Tom makes for me (that’s one of his pieces that I used as part of the table setting, in the images above), the breakfast that my husband cooks, the relaxing that I get to do…

I’m so excited to tell you about the subscription box service for the Memphis based blog, Caramelized. Every other month, a new Caramelized Supper Club box arrives, filled with all your tabletop, exclusive non-perishable panty items, as well as an easy-to-follow grocery list and steps for how to set the most beautiful table. It’s the perfect combination for an at-home dinner party, bringing clarity and convenience to you.

While Cara’s Supper Club usually consists of, well, supper, May’s box is the perfect treat for a Mother’s Day Brunch. Each box is a bit of a surprise, so I can’t tell you what you will get, but look back here, to see some of the past boxes, to get an idea of just how great this service is. I should note, you don’t have to be a mom to enjoy the box you will receive in May. I know that what’s included translates well to everyone… believe me. I would have this brunch with friends any day.

You must order by April 20th, to assure a Mother’s Day(it’s May 14th) delivery.


PS… I’d love to see the brunch set up that takes place around your home on Mother’s Day. Post images on Instagram, with the tag, #caramelizedsupperclub orĀ #fieldtripblog, so I know where to look.

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