A morning after brunch featured in Rocky Mountain Bride magazine perfect for the couple that wants to continue celebrating in style and ease.
When Rocky Mountain Bride approached us and asked us to create a Morning After brunch event and menu, we knew we wanted to host it in a home for an intimate and casual feel. “It just felt realistic and something we hear of happening often” said Carlyanne, Creative Director.
Many people who host a brunch the morning after the wedding are doing it because they have out-of-town guests or a gift opening and they want it to be easy and relaxed as they just had one or more big celebrations the day before and it’s often held at a private residence.
We chose to do a breakfast bar display with fresh juice and mimosas for a self-serve station for guests upon arrival. For our breakfast bar, we combined sweet and savory pastries, fresh fruit, jams, and butter with fresh breads, and event drinks to make it feel full and abundant. For a more European feel or for lunch add charcuterie! Breakfast bars are such an easy and impressive way to have guests serve themselves at your home or at larger events. Think of it as a “Breakfast Grazing Station”. Really, anything goes!
We then created a family-style shared menu of items that are easy to prepare and familiar, but special breakfast items include quiche, salads, waffles and mini parfaits. We also trayed up some more of the pastries from the breakfast bar and put them down the table for those who didn’t get a chance to help themselves yet.
We were so thrilled to see this featured in Rocky Mountain Bride across North America. It was especially special to pick up a copy at the Barn’s and Noble at the Grove in Beverly Hills.
A huge thank you to the talented vendor team that helped make this one happen! See it on the Rocky Mountain Bride blog HERE too.
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