The time to dust off your cardigans, booties, and scarves has arrived. While we’re waking up to slightly cool temperatures, the day warms up enough to create weather perfection. This is the time when we can move our weekend brunches outdoors, (and not sweat our makeup off).

Fall brunches have a cozy feeling to them, which makes setting them up easy. The first step is selecting your color schemes. Your colors will mostly be showcased in your tablescape. You can make it as vibrant as you want, or keep it neutral. For a vibrant aesthetic, mix colors such as red, orange, green, yellow. For a more neutral aesthetic, try mixing plaid prints with wooden tabletop accessories.

The food you serve should be seasonal, but you don’t have to limit yourself.. Include things like apples, pumpkin desserts, cinnamon pastries, squash entrees, etc. You can be practical, and pack the food in easy to-go baskets for your guests, or elaborately spread it across your table. You could also display on separate categorized charcuterie boards on your main table, or a separate buffet table.

Location is also important for an outdoor brunch. There’s nothing more beautiful than an autumn foliage background, mixed with grassy hills or land, so aim to find a location that is very open, scenic, and creates a complimentary backdrop to your brunch. Hot Tip: Check with local farms, parks, or orchards to ask if you can host a brunch on their property. Surprisingly, some may say yes--at no cost to you!-- while some may charge ] a fee.

Start planning an outdoor fall brunch today! Follow the steps below to create an unforgettable fall experience for you and your friends.

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