How To Host an Unforgettable Brunch Party

How To Host an Unforgettable Brunch Party from North Carolina Lifestyle Blogger Adventures of Frugal Mom

A brunch party can be a unique way to bond with your kids or a fun, fantastic way to get together and gossip with a small group of your closest friends. With the proper precautions, you can enjoy a relaxing (and delicious!) brunch, even during the pandemic. Here are some tips on how to host an unforgettable brunch party.

Think of a Theme

It’s not a necessity, but incorporating a simple theme can make the rest of your party preparations easier. Pajama-themed parties are perfect for mothers and children who might want to get the party started but aren’t ready to give up the comforts of their beds.

Consider yourself a lover of the outdoors? Then you might want to host your brunch in the garden or by the poolside. Food-related themes can also be fun! Make a coffee and donut bar, or, if you prefer, have a variety of bagels and cream cheeses available for sampling.

Come up With a Menu

Once you have your theme—or choose to forego one entirely—it’s time to start planning your menu. The central focus of any brunch is likely to be the baked goods. Muffins, bagels, donuts, and even strudels are sure to be crowd-pleasers. If you want, you can decorate pastries with icing, sprinkles, fruits, fudges, and caramels. Is your sweet tooth aching? Whip out your favorite ice cream.

Egg dishes are also a great choice for brunch. Quiches, frittatas, and deviled eggs are easy-to-make options that also let you get a bit creative.

When it comes to beverages, coffee is the obvious choice. Bring out your silliest mugs. Though many like their coffee black, others might prefer something a bit sweeter. Having sugar and several different creamers to choose from is a good plan.

One crucial rule of breakfast also applies to brunch—never, ever forget the bacon. Whether you’re using it as a wrap for vegetables or chopping it finely for use as a topping, high-quality pork is an essential part of every late morning feast.

Invite Guests

Don’t forget to send out the invites to your unforgettable brunch party—otherwise, there won’t be anyone to remember it! Send a simple text, make a few phone calls, or, if you’re feeling fancy, email out personalized invitations.

In a time that prioritizes and necessitates cozy gatherings, brunch parties are ideal. Besties, parents, your siblings, and even your spouse and kids will make fantastic guests. If you’re inviting people from outside your household, remind them to bring a face covering. Try to get everyone to wear cheery, bright-colored, or patterned masks to help set the mood.

Have Fun Decorating

Decorating is half the fun of a brunch party! Arrange the table with unique, exciting dishes, and bring out your favorite tablecloth from the closet. I like to make cute, rustic labels for my foods—you can buy cheap chalkboard labels and chalk at most dollar stores. If you have the extra supplies, hang things like streamers, balloons, and banners. And if you’re feeling ambitious, you can even consider making your guests custom placemats and nameplates. They can be simple, and if you have children, bring them in on the fun—colored construction paper and crayons can go a long way.

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