Post # 1
I have never planned a bridal shower before and what some insight for the menu we are thinking. The shower will be realitively small- around 20 people.
Quiche (spinach & mushroom and ham & cheese)
Fresh fruit (cantalope, grapes, berries, and pineapple)
Pastries (croissants, danishs, and muffins)
Yogurt and granola
Sandwiches (rolls, deli meat & grilled chicken, and cheese)
Drinks (coffee, tea, juice, milk, and mimosas)
Random (butter, jelly, sugar, and honey)
I feel like I am missing something, but I am not sure what. Any help is appreciated.
Post # 2
this looks amazing! Love quiche and salad 😍
Post # 3
- Wedding: March 2021 - Kauai, HI
Sounds like a lot of food for 20 people! Yum 🙂
Post # 5
The only thing I can think of is something more overtly dessert. I know you have pastries as part of brunch, but I would probably skip them (or just do mini muffins) and have an actual dessert. But my group really just loves all things dessert.
Post # 6
This sounds amaaazzing! I would contemplate adding something dessert-y too though. Even just a simple brownie/cookie tray would be nice! But I’m also obsessed with dessert soooo hahah. I think everything you have sounds perfect.
Post # 7
I would skipped the salad and add scrambled eggs or deviled eggs to be honest , i feel like the salad is so out of place.
Post # 8
sounds great! Can I come? 😊
I too think something dessert based would be an amazing addition. When I’ve hosted a bridal shower I always do a mix of mini desserts in individual small dessert glasses. Usually some chocolate mousse with cream and cherries (black Forrest), Eton mess and a lemon curd cheesecake layered in a glass. They are easy to make, look like more effort than what they are to make and none are ever left over!
Post # 9
- Wedding: October 2019 - City, State
You can incorporate scones, would go nicely with the tea and might be a good choice for people who don’t want something savory. Otherwise, sounds very yum!
Post # 10
I think you have everything! I actually don’t think you really need the salads or the sandwiches with everything else
Post # 11
Sounds perfect!! I’d love to attend (especially with mimosas!)
As a tea (not coffee drinker), I wouldn’t skimp on the quality. Harney & Sons is somewhat inexpensive, but miles better than “standard” cheap tea. Mighty Leaf and The Republic of Tea are also pretty good choices.