12 Must-Have Food Items for your Post-Wedding Brunch
Hosting wedding brunches post the wedding or reception has become quite the ‘THING’. A chilled-out weekend, an outdoor venue, and casual attire. Am I missing something? Hell, yeah! What about the food, guys?
The menu for a wedding brunch is extremely different than a conventional wedding buffet. The food is undoubtedly lip-smacking, way lighter on the stomach- keeping in mind a weeklong of heavy food fest during the wedding festivities, and of course because the main aim is to have fun while nibblin on some comfort food.
So, here’s a list of food items you should keep in mind while setting the brunch menu:
1. Salad Bar
Starting your day with something healthy is a brilliant idea. How about having a DIY salad bar at your wedding brunch? It is tasty, engaging, and a must-have for those who are counting their calories.
2. Hot coffee
Well, for those who have had quite a weekend, coffee is a great idea to get rid of that hangover! Not only this, but it is also a necessity for many coffee lovers, and it is best if you have a small section serving it.
3. Desserts and more desserts
Who doesn’t love sweet treats? Having a section dedicated only and only to a variety of desserts is a brilliant idea and a 100% crowdpleaser!
4. Flavoured milk
A hit amongst kids and those who like experimenting with their cereals.
5. Bagel and Salmon
A match made in heaven- bagel and salmon are sure to be a massive hit at your buffet. You could serve it with cream cheese, onions, and other sides.
6. Assorted Waffles
Chocolate, vanilla, fresh strawberries, bananas, nuts…You name it and it can be out on a waffle 😛
7. Butter Croissants
For those who want to stick to something conventional yet super tasty. Butter croissants are nothing short of comfort food for the soul.
8. Trail Mix
Just because having something super-healthy at your wedding brunch is a necessity!
9. Assorted Breads
A treat for the br3ead connaisseurs and lovers- having an assorted brad bar is a culinary delight! You could have rye bread, banana bread, brioche, baguette, pita and more…
10. Say Cheese!
No prizes for guessing that if there is bread there HAS to be cheese!
Chopped fruits on sticks- a healthy and refreshing alternative.
12. Drink bar
It is a great idea to have a non-alcoholic drinks section at your wedding brunch. Homemade lemonade, cucumber- infused water, etc are crowdpleasers.
Ready, steady, Hog!
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