I picked these driftwood pieces up a few years ago, from Homegoods I believe. And boy have they come in handy over the years. From dark and dramatic, to bright and beachy, they've really worked themselves into every style. I used them as my base to style an airy tabletop for a brunch. Filled in with a touch of greenery and a few white roses, there wasn't much else that was necessary.
I almost always start with my stash of white linens, build the centerpiece and begin to layer more linens in a color that complements everything else. Instead of plates I chose cedar wood planks (that are great for cooking salmon!) to top the blush napkins.
Mimosas were served in my favorite, simple coupes, and the table was finished off with gold flatware.
Garnish your mimosas with herbs to take them from basic to interesting.