What could be more fun than hosting a Bridal Brunch...especially when you love the bride?
My dear friends were married at the Outer Banks of North Carolina, where I was invited to host the bride's special brunch with her attendants. Oh, what fun we had! But, before the party could begin, I had some planning to do.
Decorating for the Brunch
After looking at pictures of the venue, I used the placemats and tableware available in the Croatan Ridge Beach House as the inspiration for my design. Colorful vases and brightly colored gerber daisies got everyone in the party mood.
The Outer Banks is a beautiful backdrop for any event. However, you don't have to travel far to achieve the same look in your own home. Believe it or not, the vases on the table came from a dollar store, and the roses were bought at a local grocery. The vibrant flowers and tableware turned this Bridal Brunch into a Fiesta on a budget!
Bridal Brunch Recipes
The bride-to-be and her attendants had a blast, and I was thrilled when they asked for my brunch recipes. Here ya go, girls! This one's for you...
- Spinach Dip Frittata
- Sassy Fruit Platter
- Sundried Tomato Orzo Pasta
- Best Ever Blueberry Muffins
- Raspberry Chocolate Muffins
From the Beach to the Mountains
Are you looking for ideas for your wedding that won't break the bank? A Barn Wedding is a fun way to gather your friends in a relaxed environment. You can make most of the decorations yourself, which will save you lots of money for the honeymoon of your dreams.
Visit my page that includes tips for creating your own Barn Wedding with lots of pizazz! You'll love the DIY vibe with ideas such as a Trail Mix Bar, Message in a Bottle guest book, and ceremony decor.
Wedding Brunch Recipes
Today's brides are hosting everything from brunches to hoedowns at their wedding receptions...and everything in between! Here are more great recipes to try if you want to DIY the food at your event...