Give guests more variety with an
omelet, pancake, French toast or muffin
Perhaps even offer a wrap or panini
station for those who prefer lunch.
Craving a little more elegance? Consider
frittatas or smoked options, such
as salmon or tuna. And if you’re serving
alcohol, options can include mimosas,
Bloody Marys, tequila sunrises, champagne
Embrace the ambiance
You have daylight on your side when
you throw a brunch reception.
Why not consider a backyard garden
party or renting your favorite park space
If the great outdoors are out of
the question, look into facilities
that have lots of windows and offer
views of the seasonal nature.
Keep it intimate
If you want to limit your guest list
to those nearest and dearest, a brunch
is the way to go. After all, this type of
party screams intimate.
As an added bonus, children will fit
right in if they are a big part of your day.
Let the honeymoon begin
It’s no secret that one of the best parts
of a wedding is the honeymoon.
So get to it! Having an early reception
allows for plenty of time to get to the
airport or start driving to your dream
destination. It’s no fun having to wait
until the next day to set sail.
Best of all, your guests will get the
chance to send you off on your merry