Post # 1
Were having a 50’s/french/Amelie inspired wedding/reception. Only about 25 guests.
Brunch reception so far…
Creme brulee french toast
small monte cristo sandwiches with raspberry jam
asparagus with lemon cream sauce
toasted bread/croissants with artichoke & spinach dip
mini chocolate cheese cakes
assorted fruit/cream cheese stuffed strawberries
Dont know what to drink but its going to be non alcoholic.
Hmmmm dont know what else I could add. Hope everything goes ok together.
Post # 2
Oh I forgot mini cream puffs. They have chocolate, strawberry & vanilla pate choux.
Post # 3
That sounds amazing. I feel like another savory dish would do well. Maybe something with potatoes/veggies?
Post # 4
sounds delicious! if you add anything, i’d suggest some sort of meat. roasted chicken with lemon and herbs de provence would fit real well, i think. can i ask why nonalcoholic drink? a mimosa would suit this meal perfectly.
Post # 5
Thanks for compliments & the advise. I do have one veggie. Ill have to think about a potato.
The monte cristo has meat & was thinking about adding some meat to the quiche. That roasted chicken sounds yummy! My Fiance said ooooooooooo lol that it sounded really good!
Its nonalcoholic because we dont drink but then we also both have recovering alcoholics in our families.
Post # 6
oh doing some of the quiche with meats would be perfect, too! that makes perfect sense than for not having liquor. maybe still some sort of sparkling mocktail, then? i just googled, and this sounds amazing to me!
Post # 7
Your menu sounds delicious! Here’s mine.
- Waffle bar (fruit toppings, whip, etc.)
- Egg bake (meat option, vegetarian option, mix)
- Breakfast potato
- Prime rib carving station
- Assorted fruit, bread, pastries, yogurt, and granola
- Non-alcoholic: Orange juice, milk, and water
- Alcoholic: A full-bar will be available with options such as beer, wine, bloody Mary’s, and mimosas.
Post # 8
I think your menu sounds amazing!! I second having some type of breakfast potatoes. Definitely serve a few juices as well.
Post # 9
Your menu sounds YUMMY too!!!!!
Slove that drink sounds really good.
Ok… besides a french fry anyone have any ideas for a french potato? lol
Post # 10
- Wedding: November 2016 - Muhlhauser Barn
So happy to hear that other ppl are doing the breakfast/brunch menu 😀
- Pancakes (plain, chocolate chip and blueberry) with syrup
- 1/2 scrambled Eggs with shredded cheese and hot sauce on the side
- Biscuits and Gravy
- Home Fried Potatoes with Ketchup
- Bacon Strips
- Sausage Links
- Goetta patties
- Fruit Tray
- Mini Muffins
- Cheese Tray
- Veggie Tray
- Soda, water
- Orange juice
We are supplying all the champagne, beer and wine ourselves
Post # 11
We had a brunch wedding! It was a buffet, and I liked how it offered guests a chance to have breakfast if they wanted, or lunch if they preferred. We got lots of compliments from our guests, but it didn’t really have a theme like yours does (which sounds delicious by the way!)
Here was ours:
Stuffed French Toast
Herb Roasted Chicken
Roasted Rosemary Potatoes
Iced Water & Iced Tea & Orange Juice @ Tables
Post # 12
Everyones food sounds delicious!! Im loving the coffee idea. Think I will add a juice & a mocktail.
Also think I will add the roasted chicken herbs de provence & some sort of potato like suggested. Having a hard time thinking of a potato at the moment though.
Do you think I have a nice even amount of breakfast/lunch then? Do I have way to much food for 25 guests? Its really hard planning a menu cause you know not everyone will eat everything & some people will more of each thing.
Post # 13
- Wedding: Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception/The Gallery
I think just herb roasted potatoes! Something like these. Yummm
Post # 14
Oh my Goooood your menu sounds delicious. We are doing a Sunday brunch too. Haven’t nailed down the menu yet!
Post # 15
- Wedding: Hawksnest Cove Beach St John USVI
We did mimosas and iced coffee (spiked with vanilla vodka and Kailua) for our signature drinks along with mochas for non alcoholic drinks. For food we had crab cake eggs Benedict, Salmon BLTs, wild fruit pancakes, vegetarian omelettes with guac and salsa, ham and eggs, and of course wedding cake for dessert.