3 ideas for your wedding brunch
The big day is over! You’re officially married and you’ve been partying all night long. But what about the next morning? Some of your guests will certainly have slept in or around; you’re not going to let them leave just like that? Brunch has been very fashionable for the last ten years, it is often popular with our happy couple. But the fact is that it remains a certain organization! In order to avoid this stress, ask your Wedding planner for some advice.
Here are 3 ideas for your brunch after your d-day.
The classic brunch
“Brunch” is the contraction of breakfast and lunch. You can ask to your caterer or your wedding planner to set everything up for you. Provide your guests with sweet things like pancakes, cereals, pastries or you can also make pancakes ! Moreover, the classic baguette/jam will always be great ! Also, you can have cookies personalized with your wedding date or with your last name.
A successfull brunch
Don’t forget the salty part. You can serve salads, cold cuts, cheese, scrambled eggs, salmon toast, quiches or bruschettas. Don’t forget a few vegetables to chew and fruit for the fresh side. In addition, provide a variety of beverages such as freshly squeezed fruit juice, lemonade or tea and coffee. Finally, you can put a few bottles of wine or beer.
The barbecue brunch
New trend coming straight from the United States: the barbecue brunch. Americans being big fans of barbecue, it makes sense that they do it the day after the wedding. Whether the barbecue is done standing in a friendly way or sitting in a guinguette atmosphere, this moment will be very warm! Symbol of the convivial meal, the barbecue is perfectly adapted to the post-wedding meal. Grilled meats and vegetables, salads and cakes: all the elements are there to have a great time. And who doesn’t appreciate a good barbecue?
The brunch the day after your wedding allows you to prolong the festivities a little bit. End on a convivial note that you will remember for a while!