(Closed) Wedding Venue Saga continues ( Wedding Times)

posted 4 years ago in Reception
Post # 2
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Busy bee

I would say no to the regular dinner menu. Maybe a brunch with mimosas would be nice 

Post # 4
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Bumble bee

I’m not a fan of anything sanwiches for brunch. I don’t mind day weddings, they’re usually quite fun provided that I don’t have to starve or snack on non-meal items like sandwiches or cold food.

Post # 6
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Bumble bee

I’ve been to a few day weddings actually. Some started earlier than others. The ones that were really brunch brunch (11-12ish for mealtime) had some really yummy stuff like eggs benedict, orange-spinach salads, seared scallop over avocado puree with cedarwood smoked bacon bits, sweet/savory waffles. I think it depends on the size of your wedding too what would be fail proof. I can’t imagine actually trying to poach 200+ eggs and keeping food still tasting good though if you have a big guestlist.

Some later weddings I’ve been to where food was served around 1-3, it varies even more. Some serve full on dinner menus with slightly smaller portions while others opted for cold pastas or cold soups during summer weddings. There was a lot more light meats though like seafood, fish, chicken, turkey compared to dark meats. I had this amazing cold pumpkin soup… As strange as that sound, it was quite refreshing and went well with the mimosas. Bellinis are also a great option also. You could throw different mudded fruits in the mix to your champagne fest.

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Busy bee

averria:  Yes! I was thinking of brunch as more of a omlette stations, eggs Benny, frittata, quiche type idea. I get if that’s not everyone’s thing though. I just love breakfast and rarely wake up early enough to eat it so I’m biased

 

I super like the idea of the drinks you suggested too! 

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