If your wedding is coming up quickly, you probably have a million things on your to-do list. But if “Sunday brunch” isn’t on your list, you may want to add it. Many couples now plan a Sunday wedding brunch for guests. Even if the couple doesn’t attend, it’s a great way to wrap up your wedding celebration. And after all, who doesn’t love brunch?
So if you’re looking to celebrate with brunch the day after your wedding, let’s take a look at a few things you should keep in mind.
Reasons to Have a Post-Wedding Brunch
After beginning in England at the turn of the 20th century, brunch took 30 years to become a popular activity in the United States. Fortunately for humanity, brunch is becoming a regular thing nowadays. So why should you host a Sunday brunch after your wedding? First off, it’s a nice way to say thank you, and goodbye, to out-of-town guests. Additionally, it gives you another chance to talk to people you may have missed at the wedding the night before. And after a long night of dancing and drinking, your guests are sure to be grateful that you’re giving them some yummy food the morning after. Hosting a brunch is surprisingly easy, especially if your wedding venue offers a brunch special. Overall, having a post-wedding brunch is a perfect way to conclude a wedding full of love and fun.
Tips to Make Planning Easier
Since you’re busy tackling every other task on your wedding to-do list, delegating the brunch planning to someone else may be a good idea. This can be a great opportunity for other family members, like step-parents or grandparents, to get involved in the wedding planning. Whoever is planning the brunch should ensure that separate invitations are sent to those you want to attend because guests might not expect brunch to be offered. However, it may be beneficial to keep the guest list smaller so you don’t have another mini wedding to attend.
When it comes to the brunch menu, it’s important to keep the food light. Food options like eggs, waffles, yogurt, and fruit are great choices and can be a refreshing meal after a night of drinking. And as for timing, make sure it’s not hosted too early. No one, including you, is going to want to drag themselves out of bed at seven in the morning for brunch. So be mindful that people are going to be tired and may need extra time to get to brunch.
While hosting a Sunday brunch may seem like just another thing added to your to-do list, it can be a great experience. With yummy food and your loved ones, you’re sure to have a great time wrapping up your wedding celebrations.