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Looking for some inspiration to host an adult brunch birthday party? Why not try hosting a breakfast or brunch! It can be easy and effortless. It’s a great way to enjoy the weekend than with friends over good food and a cup of coffee to catch up on the craziness (or lack thereof) from the week before?
Here are some inspiration and ideas today to make it a smooth and easy event for you.
Brunch parties are relaxed affairs and you can certainly throw together a menu at the last minute. We recommend you start planning your menu for a brunch party about a week ahead. That way you you’ll have enough time to get all the ingredients and knick knacks (skewers, garnishes, fresh cut flowers for the table).
A well-thought out menu will make all the difference when it comes to seamlessly serving your dishes and drinks. Some ideas are:
Setting up a coffee and tea station that allows each guest to make their coffee to their liking – milk, alternative milks, sugar, and creamers.
For you’re real coffee lovers set up a couple of different brew methods such as having a bottle of cold brew and a pour-over coffee on display.
Additionally, the benefit of a coffee station is it keeps guests occupied with something they’re familiar with while you’re busy socializing or finishing off the brunch meal.
People need coffee, but people love cocktails too. Here’s a delightful beverage to pair with your adult brunch party made with orange juice, champagne and a splash of grenadine.
Sunrise Mimosa has a bubbly, crisp taste with a nice balance from the citrus orange juice. Grenadine adds just a little note of tartness and is the ingredient that gives this cocktail that wonderful graduated coloring going from red to orange reminiscent of a beautiful sunrise.
Source:Simply Made Recipes
Casseroles are the perfect dish to serve because they offer large portions that are ready to be served at the same time.
This loadedWhole30 breakfast casserole has everything you’re craving! A crispy hash brown crust topped with a layer of bacon, tons of veggies and a creamy, flavorful egg mixture. It’s gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo, and perfect for breakfast or any meal!
When guests have food and a drink in their hands, you don’t need to worry about them, so make sure you include at least one “brunch appetizer” on your brunch party menu, just in case that casserole needs a bit longer cooking time than anticipated.
A fun brunch-themed canape are these Mini Pancake Stacks, which will be as much a talking point for guests as it is a food. These can be made and assembled ahead of time, and served with little cups of maple syrup for dipping. They make a nice display as well.
Orange juice is always a safe classic to have for a breakfast party. Why not take it up a notch with these orange juice shooters. Served in tall shot glasses they’re delicate and fizzy with just the right balance of citrus and sweet.
Orange Juice Shooters
They can be made with or without vodka, which also adds a fun twist for the adults at the party.
If you have a juicer, fresh juice is a real treat to serve at a breakfast party.
Source:My Life and Kids
Make your friend or family member’s birthday all the more special with the inclusion of a birthday banner in the festivities.
Thishandmade birthday centerpiece will command attention on your table and delight the guest of honor and party guests alike.
Remember to have fun. The whole point of having a party is to enjoy the company of your friends and family. So don’t hole yourself up in the kitchen or panic if things aren’t going according to plan. Your guests will feel more encouraged to have a good time if they see you are, too. So grab a drink, relax, and get out there to party. You’ve got this!
This post was originally posted inThe Worktop.