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15 May

6 ideas for an unforgettable brunch wedding

Do you and your partner love the idea of a brunch wedding? Here are a few out-of-the-box ideas to include in your big day

Brunch weddings are slowly becoming the talk of the town, with couples everywhere opting for the mid-morning festivity. Besides its affordability and striking aesthetic, brunch weddings offer an irresistible food and drinks menu. If you are a couple who loves brunches, or are looking for an unconventional way to tie the knot, we have a few ideas that will leave your guests in a cheerful mood!


A brunch of flowers


Ditch elaborate centrepieces for wildflowers in mason jars. With brunch weddings, you can keep your décor simple yet snazzy. If your wedding is in a garden or a cosy restaurant, mason jars will enhance the laidback vibe of the venue.


A food fiesta

Instead of a sit-down meal, set up a food bar with live pancake and waffle stations. It is a fun way to quirk up your brunch wedding. Serve an assortment of sliders, quiches, and a tower of donuts because what is a brunch without some sugar-coated delights?


Set the bar


Bearing in mind that most people won’t drink alcohol this early in the day, it is a good idea to set up a drinks station for both—cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages. You can offer an assortment of drinks including champagne, mimosas, smoothies, fruit juices and hot beverages such as gourmet teas and coffees.


Jazz it up

A brunch wedding isn’t necessarily the right atmosphere for people to let their hair down and dance like no one’s watching. So instead of hiring a DJ, you can arrange for live music to create a dreamy mood. Your partner and you can have your first dance to a jazz performance, which will set the tone for this elegant affair.


Picture on the wall


Set up a personalised and creative photo booth at the venue. If your wedding is taking place in a natural outdoor setting, you can experiment by hanging photo frames from trees and decorating it with peonies and orchids. Your guests will enjoy the booth since the lighting conditions and picturesque frames provide an ideal setting for great photos.


A favour-ful wedding

As your brunch wedding draws to a close, it gives you an opportunity to gift your guests some creative favours. Send them off with cookie or jam jars to remember the occasion for days to come, or you could create custom newspapers that feature your love story and other details about your wedding. Recreating a typical brunch hour where people sip on their tea or coffee while scrolling through the daily news, the custom newspapers will be a big hit among the guests.


So, what does your ideal brunch wedding include?

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Alinda Gupta
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