Late Brunch Get-Together: How to Plan the Best Bash

Are you looking for ways to make your brunch party stand out from the rest?

If so, you’ve come to the right place: this blog post will give you some tips on how to plan the best brunch get together. By following these simple steps, you can ensure that you and your guests have a blast and that your brunch is a big success!

1) Choose a Theme

One of the first things you need to do when planning a late brunch get together is choose a theme. This will help set the tone for the rest of the party: how about bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys or a build-your-own-omelette stations. Whatever theme you choose, make sure it is something that your guests will enjoy and something that is simple to do (after all, you need to enjoy yourself as well!)

2) Pick a location

The next step is to pick a location: at home, in the garden or park or at a rented venue … so many options!

No matter where you choose to have your brunch, make sure that it is convenient for all of your guests: you don’t want anyone to miss out on the fun because they can’t find parking or they can’t get to the location.

3) Send out invitations

Once you have chosen a theme and a location, it’s time to send out invitations! You can either hand-deliver them or send them electronically; if you choose to hand-deliver them, make sure to give yourself enough time to get them to all of your guests.

Whether you opt for electronic invitations or the handwritten variety, there are a few things you need to include. First, be sure to include the date, time, and location of the brunch. You will also want to include any special instructions, such as what to wear or bring. Finally, don’t forget to include an RSVP so that you can get an accurate headcount- essential for planning and ensure you have the right amount of food and drink.

4) Plan your menu

Now that you have a theme, a location, and invitations, it’s time to start planning the actual brunch! First, if you’re not sure what to serve, take a look at your guest list and see if there are any dietary restrictions. Once you’ve considered that, you can start planning out your menu.

Some popular brunch items include pancakes, waffles, eggs Benedict, French toast, bagels with cream cheese, and bacon (there are lots of options over in my recipe section – Delicious and Real isn’t just about dinner-times). But, of course, you can always get creative and come up with your own unique dishes – just make sure that you have enough food to feed all of your guests.

No matter what you decide to serve, don’t forget the most important part of brunch – the drinks. Smoothies, prosecco, tea and coffee, mimosas or bubble tea… there are so many options! Pick one that matches your food and your guests: you could even outsource this part: if you decided on bubble tea, for example, you can hire a bubble tea delivery service to come to your party and make it for your guests. This is a great way to add something unique and fun to your brunch!

Following these simple steps will help you plan the best late brunch get together. By having a theme, sending out invitations, and planning a menu, you can ensure that your guests have a blast!

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