Holiday Brunch with Chinet


I’ve partnered with Huhtamaki Inc. for the Chinet® brand to create this post! Enjoy!

In just a few short weeks we will all be gathering with loved ones to begin celebrating the holidays. Of course we’re all busy planning for the main events… big turkey dinners and fancy cocktail parties, but how about all those meals in between? In our family, while we love the main events, we also love the more casual ones where we get together over a hearty brunch. Casual in attire does not mean causal in display of course. Brunch means whipping up a beautiful buffet with endless breakfast goods, and inviting over our 20 closest friends to come and mingle. While the presentation is on point, the thought of doing more dishes is not quite as high of a priority. Our go-to as a result? Chinet® Cut Crystal® disposable tableware! Clear plastic cups, plates, and cutlery, in a sleek design! I especially love the newest addition to the assortment, plastic stemless wine glasses, which are perfect alongside my brunch mimosa station.

What will you find at my holiday brunch buffet? A display complete with waffles, a healthy egg white, mushroom, and kale frittata, fresh berries and pastries. I placed each breakfast item on a different level cake stand to really give the display that something extra. Getting in the holiday spirit, I draped a faux garland along the backside of my buffet table. I kept the centerpiece on my brunch table simple, filling my Moscow mule mugs with white roses (this is one of my new favorite vase tricks for Fall.) I used Chinet® Cut Crystal® dinner plates and salad plates for the meal along with the cutlery.


So if you find yourself entertaining overtime in the coming holiday weeks, I highly recommend swapping out your china for Chinet® Cut Crystal® tableware. Save yourself the cleaning time and spend it with the ones you love over a beautiful meal. Wishing you all a happy holiday season! Visit for more inspired ideas, DIYs, craft and recipes.


Thank you to Chinet for sponsoring this post.

Photography by Yesi of Simply Lively