15 Things Your Wedding Brunch Needs
Thinking about hosting a high tea bridal shower brunch or a postwedding brunch to round out a wedding weekend? Or maybe you're going the casual route and hosting a morning wedding with a brunch reception to follow. Wherever the brunch celebrations falls during your wedding timeline, we've got a few ideas for you.
1. A Mimosa Bar
A mimosa bar is an easy way for guests to serve themselves. Bonus: They can get the exact bubble-to-juice ratio they like.
2. A Slow-Drip Coffee Bar
What's the first things guests will beeline to? A slow-drip coffee bar, of course. Especially after a long night of drinks and dancing.
3. An Easy Bloody Mary Bar
If you're having a mimosa bar, you might as well supplement with a bloody mary bar too, right?
4. Nonalcoholic Drinks
Don't forget about a fun alternative to booze. Seltzer water, flavored soda or juice would be a welcomed substitute.
5. Brunch Table Décor
Rustic coffee mugs at each place setting help to set a laid-back vibe for the occasion.
6. Light Food Stations
For those guests who aren't breakfast people, a light bite station would be perfect for them. Something like a fruit or trail mix bar is easy—guests can fill a bowl and sit down with friends.
7. Doughnut Bar
No brunch celebration would be complete without doughnuts. Want to take it to another level? Craft a doughnut wall to totally wow guests.
8. Tea and Scones
You could easily give a wedding brunch a high tea theme with an eclectic mix of teacups and saucers.
9. Pastry Baskets
In addition to a few fresh blooms, add a few easy-to-grab pastry baskets to the tablescapes too.
10. Flavored Milk Bar for Cereal
A few flavored bottles of milk is an easy way to elevate a cereal station.
11. Gourmet Parfaits
Make sure there are a few fresh, healthy food options too. Yogurt parfaits served up in martini glasses are simple to put together and they look incredibly glamorous.
12. A Bagel Bar
Sometimes all you really need after a night of celebrating are carbs, so make sure to have plenty of bagels on hand.
13. Waffles à la Mode
For a fun dessert option, mini waffles with a scoop of ice cream and fresh fruit is a sweet way to end the celebration.
14. Personalized Jam
You definitely don't have to give out favors, but if you're looking for an extra way to say thank you, these customized jam jars are the way to go.
15. Cinnamon Roll Cake
Whether you're hosting a brunch before the wedding or after, that doesn't mean you can't cut into a breakfast version of wedding cake!