Brunch is clearly the best meal to ever exist.
And a wedding is supposed to be the best day of your life. A brunch wedding has always seemed like a genius idea to me.
Also, I’m 30. If I’m being honest, I’m ready to go to sleep by 9pm. Having your wedding in the morning means I lessen the risk of falling asleep in the coat room at some point. I don’t need to remember the whole wedding, but I have a feeling it will be hard for other people to forget that part.
If you’re like me and you think that champagne is way better at 10 am than 10 pm, this is probably the special day for you.
I think this is my favorite recipe on the whole site. I mean, just look at this thing. Layers of chocolate waffles, whipped cream and dark red cherries—basically what I always imagined when reading fairytales.
The idea of a wedding cake made from waffles is so fun. If you’re having your wedding during brunch hours, you’re already pretty unconventional, so why not make your cake fit the theme?
Tell me this isn’t the happiest dessert you’ve ever seen. Since the layers are crepes rather than cake, it’s a little more brunch-y and a lot more elegant!
Everything is instantly adorable in mini form. Tiny baby sharks? Adorable. Mini doll house furniture of things I don’t particularly like in my own home? So sweet. Teeny trucks? Something worth stealing from the neighbor kids when you’re 8. A miniature wedding cake? I mean, it’s so obvious.
Some people (me and anyone else that’s awesome) don’t particularly like cake. They look beautiful, but it’s just not your jam when it comes to eating them. Since this is a morning wedding, think outside the cereal box by forming these treats into a tiered cake form.
Cutting the cake can be an elaborate pain the garter. You have to assign someone to the task that you can trust to cut even pieces and another person to hand it out. Sounds like a heartache that I’d personally like to avoid. The solution? Cute cupcakes.
I firmly believe that brunch isn’t brunch without a cocktail and a wedding isn’t a wedding until one aunt has told all the family secrets in vodka veritas.
Hello, brunch? It’s Ana. Can I get this berry Bellini delivered to me immediately? Thanks.
If I had my way, every event would start with a mimosa bar. Personally, I like just enough juice to color it. With a mimosa bar, I can pick with what color I’d like my champagne tinted: pomegranate pink, perhaps?
You guys. Chex™ Mix is the best, right? I have never been to a family get together where the Chex™ Mix was not the meeting point. For a wedding, throw together this recipe and give out as table favors.
Anything served with an edible flower on top is instantly the fanciest, prettiest thing on the spread. Those are just the rules. I don’t make them. Haha, j/k, I totally make the rules. This is my article. I get to do what I want.
These elegant little pancake stacks would make great passed apps for a brunch wedding. They’re just enough to make a hearty bite and look so, so cute.
These little guys would be sweet on a banquet or as wedding favors. Experiment with your favorite flavors!
I like anything that’s interactive at a wedding. This doughnut bar allows your guests to customize their favorite breakfast pastry and get exactly the treat that they want!
Waking up bright and early isn’t for everyone. You’ve got to get yourself washed and pounded with enough make up to be presentable…or at least I do. For those that need a little extra, a couple chocolate ‘staches can cure all ails.