By Jennifer Allen
Here at Just Elope Dallas we pride ourselves on going off the beaten path. From our approach to getting married to the locations we select to marry of couples. Wedding day food is no exception to that. I simply love brunch and feel like it should be apart of my everyday life, no need to wait until Sunday! So I took to the internet to see if I could find others like me who love brunch weddings. Check out our list below with direct links to the full article!
Top 5 reasons to have a Brunch Wedding!
1. You will save money
Most social events are in the evening, which drives up demand and thus pricing. You will almost always pay a premium for a Saturday night wedding reception. You may pay a bit less for Friday or Sunday night. But Saturday or Sunday morning? That’s a space that wedding venues and caterers aren’t planning on selling, so they can offer a significant discount. http://planningitall.com/2014/02/27/top-10-reasons-to-have-a-brunch-wedding/
2. Add Pops of Color
Brighten up your daytime wedding with gold flatware, colored glasses, and pops of fresh flowers! We love mixing black and white with hints of color. http://www.marthastewartweddings.com/600459/wedding-brunch-ideas?slide=807104
3.Fun and Festive Brunch Cocktail
Brunch cocktails are a staple for a fabulous mid-morning meal. There are so many different delicious cocktails that are traditionally served at brunch. Choosing to limit your bar service to a select few of your favorite brunch cocktails will allow you to easily keep your bar tab in check. https://www.thespruce.com/reasons-why-brunch-weddings-are-awesome-3489662
4.Let Your Guests Customize the Meal
Since your guests probably won’t have the option of choosing their entree, they’ll appreciate any opportunity to tailor the meal to their tastes. Made-to-order omelet stations with a variety of cheeses, fresh vegetables and meats (like ham, bacon or sausage) add a fun, interactive aspect to any brunch. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/packages/weddings/brunch-wedding-foods-worth-waking-up-for
5. A donut wall
I mean need I say more?