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{ Having a Brunch Reception }

One word: Brunch. Who doesn’t love a good Sunday brunch? A Sunday wedding could not be more perfect than to complete it with a buffet-style brunch. Having a reception brunch is a low-key and crowd pleasing option.

The ideal time for a brunch is between 11am and 2pm. If earlier than 11am, your guests may not be ready for heavy food so early. What better way to brighten up your tables, than with bright and colorful juices! By having passed hors d’oeuvres and some juices, coffee, and cocktails, your guests are able to easily transition to the main course!

As an early Sunday option, your alcohol budget will be far lower than having an evening wedding. Guests will be more likely to enjoy mimosas, bellinis, and maybe a bloody mary or two! A coffee bar is an easy option and keeps your guests awake and happy! You can also cut the cost of having a band and instead go for a more casual option, such as a dj. Brunch is so versatile with the price running between $15-$80 per person. You can make your day as beautiful and low-key as you wish!

Choosing what goes into your brunch is the best part! As many people today are looking for healthier options, a brunch is a great way to satisfy all guests! Think about an egg-white omelet bar, poached salmon, vegetable tarts, or gluten free pizzas. The options are endless with having a reception brunch!

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