Brunch bridal shower ideas come in all forms and flavors; from light to savory dishes, there’s sure to be something that meets the bride-to-be’s exact specifications.
Keep the mimosas flowing and guests satisfied by providing an assortment of small plates designed for easy nibbling while mixing and mingling among friends. Choose a savory take on chicken and waffles or an eggy baked deviled eggs dish for example.
Connect breakfast and lunch seamlessly with these no-hassle appetizers. Instead of making full-sized waffles, miniaturize them to make them easier for guests to hold and consume. Add flavor with succulent grilled chicken, crunchy toasted pecans, and melty strawberry jam; your guests are sure to be impressed.
Since brunch isn’t all about eggs and bacon, don’t forget to serve up some more savory fare such as these mini quiches baked with delectable fillings – perfect when served alongside charcuterie boards like this one from Deborah Miller Catering!
As part of your bridal shower brunch menu, why not offer guests the perfect way to start their day with something delicious? At Halfway Wholeistic they provide this option, complete with fresh juices, garnishes, and toppings that they can mix and match to their hearts’ content for a delightful brunchtime experience!
Brunch bridal showers provide the ideal opportunity to serve light snacks that will keep guests satisfied between cocktails and the main course. Finger foods like donut holes and mini pancakes can be easily consumed as guests mingle; you could also set up a food station offering fresh fruit, yogurt parfaits, or an omelet bar!
Green shakshuka with edible “nests” makes an irresistibly healthy and flavorful brunch option, while baked eggs make an easy side dish. For something sweet, a one-tier cake always fits the bill – think embellishments like gold drips and dainty blooms found at Carroll and Ashe and Haley Kelly Events’ bridal shower cake as examples!
Though bridal shower themes aren’t required, they can provide an effective way of connecting prewedding festivities to the bride-to-be’s wedding day aesthetic. By including particular color patterns, prints, or style elements that will appear at her big day into décor and menu choices at your party, creating an overall coordinated appearance across all event elements can make a party much more memorable and exciting!
Do not expect to serve a full meal at your bridal shower brunch; however, you should still provide tasty dishes and desserts. Add something memorable like a donut wall or build-your-own mimosa bar for an interactive and memorable brunch menu experience.
Add a taste of Mexican flair to your bridal shower brunch by creating Chorizo and Egg Breakfast Tacos. These protein-packed bites will delight any bride who appreciates a spicy breakfast treat!
Brunch classic ham and cheese croissant knots can’t go wrong! Turn them into an engaging activity for guests by using Pillsbury Ham & Cheese Roll-Ups to form rings filled with gooey cheese before baking in the oven. Make it vegetarian-friendly by substituting red peppers or spinach in place of the ham for added variety!
Fruit salad makes an excellent light and healthy option for brunch when served with a sweet, fruit-flavored sauce. This can either be shared among dessert dishes or placed on its own dedicated table.
Strawberry parfaits or platters make delicious snacks to take with guests on the go, as Halfway Wholeistic did here.
When hosting a spring or summer bridal shower, strawberries, and berries should be on your menu as a delicious and visually enticing presentation. Drizzle some orange vanilla syrup over them for added visual flair!
Party favors are always an attractive addition to any special event, and bridal showers are no different. Food and beverages make excellent favors, while non-edible choices could include small plants, handmade soaps or candles that reflect the bride-to-be’s wedding day aesthetic or style. When selecting these items as party favors for her shower, consider what fits with her wedding day aesthetic or style best.