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Breakfast for Dinner at Williams-Sonoma

Did you have a good long weekend? We got away to the cottage and I shared a bit of our new decor on instagram. I'll be sharing more soon!

One thing we did enjoy at the cottage were big breakfasts out on the porch. I've added some new breakfast recipes to our repertoire thanks to the event I hosted along with Brittany and Louisa last week at Williams-Sonoma Yorkdale.

The Williams-Sonoma team was kind enough to give us the run of the store and invite some of our blogger friends to try out a few recipes. Louisa made the most delicious crepes and raspberry sauce ever (seriously - go get her recipe right now!) and made it look so effortless. Tim got to try his hand at crepe making too.

Brittany demonstrated a homemade coffee and sugar scrub and treated us to a "pour-over coffee". Apparently this is the hottest thing in coffee?? I'm not in tune to coffee culture but I know it was a delicious cup of joe. Even if we drank it at 8pm and I was up past midnight, ha!

We all fell in love with the cow creamer. Isn't that the cutest way to start your day?

I did a little table styling demonstration. Williams-Sonoma has gorgeous dishware. I wish I had spotted these simple and classic black and white bistro plates before I bought my dinnerware for the cottage. They go with everything!

One styling tip I shared was to use copper measuring cups to serve maple syrup at each individual place setting. It's those little details which make your guests feel special.

It was a very fun (and filling!) evening but I was even more excited by the news that the Williams Sonoma team shared... their Yorkdale store is moving to a bigger location in the mall in the fall AND it will incorporate a new Williams-Sonoma Home store! I've only ever visited a Home outlet store when visiting the US so I can't wait to see their first Canadian location here soon!! Who's ready to shop with me??

All photos courtesy of Brittany at My Daily Randomness

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