Breakfast in Bed
Put those childhood memories of a wobbly tea tray at ridiculously early o’clock, featuring an undercooked boiled egg and some cornflakes, behind you. We have a very different breakfast in mind. And we’re really all about the visuals. Here is a Mother’s Day Wake Up Call:
Set your tray with a tea towel or napkin (we used a Bungalow kitchen cloth), a pretty plate (Bordallo or Costa Nova). And pick a bunch of Spring flowers from the garden (anemones are the perfect foil for this soft green set up) and put them in a vase or glass (Arcucci tumbler is perfect). I think it’s good to keep the food simple (croissant or toast and delicious jam). Breakfast in bed is a lovely idea but it can be a bit lonely, and a bit of a practical challenge, eating a full English under the duvet.