Post # 1
FI and I have finally decided that we are going to have a late morning wedding around 1100 and then follow it with brunch at a beautiful golf course. I am in need of menu ideas. We were thinking of having a basic quiche, a couple of salads, fruit and bread. I feel like we should also provide some type of meat since it will be around lunch time but want to keep costs down. I am open to any menu suggestions you bees can give me. Thanks!!
Post # 3
We’re doing a brunch reception, though we’re heavy on the breakfast food.We’re having pancakes (with maple and fresh strawberry syrup), honey-mustard glazed ham, scrambled eggs, fruit salad, hash browns and assorted rolls.
Post # 4
i went to a brunch reception and it was also heavy breakfast foods: french toast, waffles, grits, omelet station, fruit, scrambled eggs, bacon, ham, home fries. ooh, i just made myself hungry!
Post # 5
I almost did a brunch wedding…they are so lovely. Here is the menu option my caterer put together:
1st Course ALL ITEMS PLACED BUFFET STYLE FOR GUESTS TO NIBBLE
Assorted Juices and Breakfast Pastries
Mini Bagels and Cream Cheese
House made Gravlox
2nd Course CHOOSE 1
House Made Soup Du Jour
Wild Green Salad
Sweet Mascarpone Baked French Toast and Bananas Foster
Fresh Berry Blintz with Chantilly Cream and Crème Anglaise
(add chicken, shrimp or salmon for an additional charge)
3rd Course CHOOSE 1
Eggs Benedict-Canadian Bacon
6oz Tenderloin Tips with Whipped Potatoes and Seasoned Vegetables
Pork Medallions with an Apple Brandy Blue Cheese Sauce
Served with Stewed Fingerling Potatoes
Char-grilled Salmon laced with Asparagus, Lump Crab Meat and Béarnaise
Served with rice pilaf
4th Course CHOOSE 1
Granola and Yogurt Parfait
Lemon Curd Tart
Apple Pie Ala Mode
Post # 6
All this sounds delicious! We’re having a brunch reception in 6 weeks and I am so excited!
Pre-Ceremony: Chilled Bottled Water, Juice Boxes for Kids
Passed Hors D’eourves: Mini Cinnamon buns, Salmon, cream cheese and chives on mini bagels, Asparagus wrapped with prosciutto and puff pastry, Fruit and cheese skewers
Smoothie Bar: Blueberry banana and Strawberry lemonade
Brunch Buffet: Summer Salad (fruit, baby greens & nuts with two choices of dressing), Hashbrown Casserole, Creme Brulee French Toast, Mini Ham & Biscuits, Sweet & Savory Chicken Bites (small pieces of chicken wrapped in bacon and seasoned with brown sugar and chili powder); Assorted Quiches; Apple-Sausage Egg Strata
Dessert: White Wedding Cake with Lemon Buttercream Filling
Post # 7
If you are looking for a meat option to add, why not try lasagna? It is fairly inexpensive and most people love it, and it would give a good option for the people who wanted lunch-type food as opposed to breakfast-type food.
Post # 8
smoothies are a really good idea…dont forget mimosas and bellini’s
Post # 9
@daniellemybelle – Every time I see your menu I get so jealous of your guests! It all just sounds so delicious!
I think ham is a good meat for a brunch/lunch reception. I am starting to gather menu ideas for our reception (I’m considering a brunch/noon-ish wedding) and right now I’m thinking baked ham and pan-fried chicken. Can you tell I’m a southern girl?! 😉 For sides I’ve been thinking hashbrown casserole, french toast casserole, quiche, grits, garden salad, fruit salad, and of course cornbread & biscuits. And I’m wanting a huge dessert table too lol.
Post # 10
glad i found this post – I’m all about the brunch reception 😀