Tabletop Tuesday : Easter Garden Brunch

I am SO ready to invite some friends over to my garden and celebrate the wonderful weather and drink some rosé. I think we all are, right? I am truly longing for gathering again with friends and family and this time of the year, with the seasons changing, is the perfect time to do this. The 29th of March, right before Easter is perfect timing to be able to have one other household over to your house for a special Easter Garden Brunch! Come on UK Lockdown guidelines, lets go!

This week on our Tabletop Tuesday series I put together a look that is the perfect setting for your Easter Garden Brunch. Light and fresh and splashes of the Easter holiday. Not too cutesy, not too fancy, little splashes of spring flowers and bunnies and what I think is just perfect. I know I am planning up an idea for my garden decor in a couple of weeks. Also, it wouldn’t be Easter without some suggestions of chocolate goodies to add to your baskets.

Happy Easter everyone! We are all in need of a little sunshine right now, enjoy! 

The Items I Love To Create This Easter Garden Tablescape:


Pink & White Gingham Table Linen 

Table Napkins  {I am going to make these using some beautiful Liberty fabric} 


Champagne Flute 

Blossom Shaped Placemat 

Amelie Blush Dinner Plate

Blush Garden Chair

Embroidered Ribbon 

Bunny Candy Dish 

Flowers in Egg Centerpieces

-Chocolate Eggs-

Speckled Eggs & White Chocolate Filled Eggs by HESTON | Speckled Eggs | Chocolate Nest

If you are interested in ordering an Easter dinner for your home, check out the amazing offering that Hideaway has that ends with this amazing dessert: “Easter Egg Nest, feasting on a Kataifi pastry ‘nest’ on top of a shortbread biscuit topped with milk chocolate ganache, orange zest and praline ‘quail’ eggs. If that doesn’t make your stomach rumble, we don’t know what will!”

{images from inspiration found here: Vogue, Rose Garden Party , Vogue}

All this talk about having friends over in my garden for a brunch, cocktails or a dinner party has me really excited for the next few months to reopen in the UK. The above inspiration image I put together makes me smile envisioning friends I haven’t seen in over a year sipping a glass of rosé with me while catching up over new things to come!

You can see other Tabletop Tuesdays by clicking over here. Cheers to a sunny spring ahead!

xoxo Rebecca


Rebecca K. Events is a wedding and events company that focuses on planning and designing meaningful and stylish experiences, while allowing our clients to enjoy the excitement ahead and the event themselves. We are based in London and plan events worldwide!

Tabletop Tuesday : Mother’s Day Brunch

I miss having friends over to my house and entertaining, anyone else with me? 2020/2021 has been quite a year for all of us and I know that I am so looking forward to inviting friends over to the garden this summer for some wonderful get togethers. During lockdown I have been dressing up my families table a little extra special. From dressing up Valentine’s Brunch with my four year old to dressing up for a sparkly New Years Eve soiree at home, I have managed to sprinkle in my love of designing tablescapes throughout our time at home. This Sunday is UK Mothering Sunday and what better way to treat your mum then to make a beautiful cheery Sunday morning table for her. As a mum of two myself, I know that this year has been especially exhausting and what wouldn’t I love better then walking downstairs on a Sunday morning to this surprise!

Working with the colour scheme of Blush, Coral and White I picked out some pieces that I think would be perfect to keep in rotation on your table throughout the spring and summer season. Mixed with gorgeous vibrant flowers from Bloomologie and hiring in these crisp white bentwood chairs from Wedhead {because it IS a special occasion!} this tablescape looks like the perfect spot to toast with mimosas and croissants in the garden of your home!

The Items I Love To Create This Tablescape:

Wedhead White Chairs 

Liberty Fabric Napkins  

Linen Tablecloth

Lattice White Plate 

Pink Water Glass 

Pink Wine Glass


Water Jug


Want to REALLY make your mum feel special? Not only should you plan a GORGEOUS table design for brunch, but how about a beautiful breakfast in bed tray and leave her along in peace. Yep, that is my dream! A quiet couple of hours indulging in my Stylist magazine and a little guilty pleasure Bridgerton book. Some of these amazing cinnamon rolls from Gail’s all set on a beautiful gold tray with the sun shining in the window. Oh and did I forget, a small vase of bright and happy daffodils. Too much to ask? Nah, it has been a year like no other!

The Items I Love To Create This Breakfast In Bed Tablescape:

Bud Vases

Mum Mug

Gold Breakfast Tray

Stylist Magazine

Gails Bakery 

Happy Mother’s Day UK ladies! See you next Tuesday for another fun table design!

xoxo Rebecca



Rebecca K. Events is a wedding and events company that focuses on planning and designing meaningful and stylish experiences, while allowing our clients to enjoy the excitement ahead and the event themselves. We are based in London and plan events worldwide!

Tabletop Tuesday : Galentines 2019

Designing event table decor is truly something I LOVE to do. Normally the table is where your guests spend the majority of the event, whether it is a London wedding, birthday dinner or any other special occasion. If you have seated your guests at tables, they will most likely be sitting down for awhile, so why not make the space beautiful and interesting. Starting this week we are going to begin a new blog feature on Tuesday Tabletops, showcasing ideas for your next event or inspiration on how we created one of ours. First up this week is Galantines 2019!

Venue: 116 Pall Mall Wine Bar

Event Brief: Galentine’s 2019 Wine Tasting #GalentinesLDN An evening for female London wedding professionals to meet up and celebrate their accomplishments over the past year, get excited for the upcoming year, meet new connections in the London event world and catch up with old “gals”. Hosted by us at Rebecca K. Events and Jennifer’s Paper  we decided on an evening to indulge ourselves with nice food, good company and good wine with a professionally led wine tasting.

Table Design: The evening was set up in the wine cellar within the wine bar. We chose a moody and glamorous color scheme with a POP of color. Navy blue was our base colour and what we used to set the table with. We then layered on shades of berries and gold and a pop of neon pink.

Food Details: We wanted to encourage guests to mingle so we set sharing platters in the centre of the long table and then served each guests their own indiivudal cheese platter which they then were able to take home as a gift. Something small, but it was a fun gift and guests love a little personalisation!

Lighting: Luckily the lovely 116 Pall Mall allows real candles {which I always believe is SO lovely!} so we added gold votives and lots of pink shades of dinner candles in gold holders. Dim lighting, candle light, easy and always lovely.

Table Setting: Use your napkin to make the color POP. This is where we brought in the hot pink napkin and added the guests place card in navy. Berry coloured ribbons {always love ribbons and ribbons and ribbons!} added a shade on the wine tasting tags! The gold cutlery added a bit of glamour to the table and I always recommend to hire something different as it truly does transform your table!

Flowers: Working with the lovely Ali at Bloomologie  we designed a look that was glamorous and girly, sticking with the Galantines theme, but not too girly girly, more wine and women! For a statement piece and easier to make conversation with, Ali added the flowers raised and then sprinkled smaller arrangements running down the table. Mixing in sprays of gold “Greenery”was a gorgeous and easy rich touch.

Galentines - London Party Planner
Galentines – London Party Planner – Photo By Cecelina Photography
Galentines - London Party Planner
Galentines – London Party Planner – Photo By Cecelina Photography

Inspiration to Celebration : A Royal Elopement

I love sharing the inspiration behind an event, a wedding, a party or a photoshoot. I love sharing the ideas that went into creating the finished product so that you can see all of the details that inspire us along the way. From fabrics, flowers, interiors, fashion, celebrities, stories, travel, there are SO many things that I see every day that inspire me to create an event. As an American wedding planner living in London, this shoot in particular was such a fun one to put together!Coming to Wedding Chicks today and with the Royal Wedding tomorrow, this is the perfect time to share.

Rebecca K Events - London Wedding Planner

It was such a wonderful story to colloborate on. I created a group of suppliers that were all very excited about the idea and could see the vision so well, which is what doing a styled shoot is all about. I wanted to create something pretty and fresh, but not to feminine and nothing to trendy. The gorgeous room at 10-11 Carlton Terrace inspired me to use robins egg blue with touches of yellow and black, white and gold. From the flowers to the details of the stationery, the above mood board I created helped guide me through my creative process when I planned.

Ali with Bloomologie UK couldn’t have created something more perfect with the flowers. For all of my events whether a birthday party or a wedding, I like to incorporate meaningful details, as well as making it pretty. I had put together a story behind everything from Meghan’s bouquet to the table arrangement. Meghan is initially from sunny California, where the state flower is a poppy, these were sprinkled throughout many areas. The daffodil is a symbol of Wales and Harry is the Prince of Wales, there are just a few in yellows and whites popping throughout, a bit of a secret. The gorgeous english roses are Englands country flower, the rose, which is ofcourse hugely important to Harry but also the two of them will call home and be such a huge part of their together.  Ali also incorporated fresh blossoms that bloom frequently around Kensington Palace, their new home together and the season of Spring, when they are getting married.

Rebecca K Events - London Wedding Planner - Cecelina Photography

{photo by Cecelina Photography

When it came to a meal together, I thought breakfast was the perfect selection. In the UK you often refer to the meal your guests have after the ceremony as the Wedding Breakfast, even if it is served in the afternoon. The meaning of this is that it is the first meal together as husband and wife and most people would fast before their wedding ceremony that would take place at church, so the first meal together would be breaking the fast. The idea that Harry & Meghan could enjoy a beautiful morning together eating a mix of American pancakes and local Windsor eggs and breads was a dreamy idea to me. All of this happening before the city was really awake. We didn’t leave out a cake or Champagne and made sure that we marked the special occasion with a petite wedding cake that Claire Owens Cakes beautifully designed with flowers that reflected all of the touches in the bouquets I mentioned above.

There were so many lovely touches that came together and Cecelina Photography captured it all beautifully! I will share all of the details with you in a few weeks. It was a gorgeous idea to create. Now, I don’t know about you, but I am so excited to see what they truly do for their big day, this was a lovely idea but I think they may have a little bigger celebration in the works.

xo Rebecca