Hosting a breakfast bridal shower is a great idea for a bridal shower that will be followed by an evening bachelorette party. A bridal shower is typically attended by mothers, aunts, grandmas, etc. that wouldn’t be participating in evening bachelorette festivities. By hosting a late-morning bridal shower, you have the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing shower with your closest friends and family members while still saving yourself enough time to enjoy an afternoon at the spa with your best girlfriends before a night out on the town. In this post I’ll share some menu ideas for a breakfast shower.
The display for a breakfast bridal shower can be simply white dishes on white linen dressed up by a few spring accent colors like yellow daisies, lemons and pink tulips.
A variety of easy to prepare foods can be served on pretty serving trays, cake pedestals and in candy vases.
Breakfast Bridal Shower Menu Ideas:
Your menu items can be as simple as fresh items from your local bakery such as:
- buns with jam
- cinnamon buns
- breads (like banana bread)
- breakfast squares
If you’d like to prepare some of the food selections on your own, here are a few delicious ideas:
- homemade waffles
- breads made with fruit
- delicious muffins
- mini quiche
- mini breakfast pizzas
- pancakes with fresh fruit
- chocolate covered fruit
- turkey bacon
- Sausage French Toast Paninis
- mini fruit tarts
Don’t forget some drinks to help wash down the delicious breakfast buffet. Beverages for your breakfast bridal shower could include:
- freshly squeezed juice
- fruit, plain yogurt and a blender for a “make your own smoothie” bar
- water bottles with personalized labels
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