Brunch Wedding Stations - Ideas

Who doesn’t love an amazing brunch?

Many people think that weddings have to be your traditional 4:30 ceremony, cocktail hour with dinner and dancing.

These days weddings come in all shapes and sizes and what is not to absolutely love about a daytime brunch wedding.

Here are a few creative ways to make sure your brunch wedding has people talking for years to come.

Lawn Games

Daytime wedding games - lawn games

Entertain your guests with a good old fashion game of croquet.

Or how about a bocce ball court, horseshoes or even a ping-pong table.

Lawn games are a great way to get the party going.

Mimosa and Blood Mary Bars

Brunch Wedding Menus

Since a full bar may not be necessary from 11am-3pm, you can really get creative and offer an assortment of mimosas like blood orange, pomegranate, and peach.

bloody mary bar - daytime wedding ideas

Or how about a self service bloody mary bar with every yummy topping you can think of; pickled green beans, prawns, olives, crab claws, pickles, cucumbers, assorted hot sauces, antipasto skewers, and much more.

Get rid if the celery stick and get creative.

Tray Pass Sweet Treats

espresso and mini doughnuts for your daytime wedding
daytime wedding treats

Think "outside the norm"....

How about, mini pancake stacks, cinnamon rolls, espresso shots (spiked and virgin), and mini monte cristo sandwiches.

Made to Order Stations

Brunch Wedding Stations - Ideas

We have all seen the omelet and waffle bar, but what about a sweet and savory waffle or crepe bar, panini station (lunch and breakfast) and an espresso bar.

Theme and Décor

Daytime wedding themes and styles

The sky is the limit.

If you want to plan a casual garden themed brunch then try serving your drinks in maison jars, right your menus on chalk boards and hand out potted herbs for your favors.

How about a tea party theme?

You can add touches of vintage furniture on the lawn, pick up vintage tea cups and vases from the thrift store and make sure everyone dresses the part.

 Your Turn...

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