These delicious brunch wedding ideas will make you a morning person #Reception Advice#Sponsors#beverages#brunch wedding#catering#donuts#morning wedding#reception June 3 | Catherine Clark bijouxandbits This business paid a fee to be listed on Offbeat Bride because they feel their products and services are a great fit with offbeat philosophies… and we agree. Learn more about our ads. It's National Donut Day (donut or doughnut?!) and we're celebrating that sweet, sweet breakfast goodie with a brunch wedding roundup. Related Post Cereal, coffee bars, and short ceremonies: How to ROCK a morning brunch wedding Missy and Ryan's lovely early morning brunch wedding came with all the fun of a morning wedding including cereal cupcakes, Bloody Marys, and a coffee... Read more Brunch weddings have a LOT of perks: cheaper rates at venues, lots of daytime fun for lawn games and getting everyone home early, breakfast foods (the best meal of the day!), and of course… MORNING COCKTAILS! Brunch is bomb, you guys. Here are some delicious brunch wedding ideas including topping bars, waffle cakes, and coffee cocktails. Let's talk making brunch bananas. Photo by lemon168 – CC BY 2.0 Find a rad morning signature cocktail Brunch provides a totally legit way to have some booze prior to 5pm. Just add some orange juice, tomato juice, peach nectar, coffee… apparently adding morning liquids makes it all goooood. We're thinking Bellinis (peach nectar and sparkling wine), Mimosas (OJ and sparkling wine), Bloody Marys, and all kinds of coffee cocktails. We've got a delish Irish coffee signature cocktail recipe to share: Dublin coffee recipe 8 oz freshly brewed Green Mountain Coffee 1 ounce Irish whiskey 1 ounce stout ¾ ounce simple syrup Whipped cream Cinnamon for garnish Mix coffee, stout, whiskey, and simple syrup in a large mug. Dollop with whipped cream and sprinkle with cinnamon to serve. Rad ideas for a wedding coffee bar Offer up a yummy coffee bar Providing fresh, individual cups o' joe is the BEST way to maintain order at a morning wedding. You never know how late guests may have been up the night before. And since we just talked about that Dublin coffee above, it's right up our alley. Single-serve K-Cup® Pods (such as from our sponsor, Keurig®) allow you to provide super fast cups of freshly brewed coffee, tea, or hot cocoa on demand. The Keurig® K575 (pictured here) also comes with an extra-large color touch screen making it easy for guests to brew the perfect cup. Keurig brewers fit any size beverage bar and color palette. Just provide the Keurig® brewer, the K-Cup® pods, and cups and you're almost there. Then you'll need a few yummy toppings and fixins', which you'll find here: 5 ways to rock a super delish reception coffee bar What do we want? Coffee! When do we want it? At our wedding reception! Wedding reception coffee bars are easier than you might think. You can certainly ask your caterer… Read More Photo by Meg Ruth Photography A donut cake! If a waffle cake is a little ambitious, there's nothing like a big ol' stack of donuts to make breakfast pastries super easy with a really pretty display. Stack them high or have various flavors on smaller displays. Either way, they'll be devoured in no time. Plus, if you're looking for the perfect coffee pairing for donuts, The Original Donut Shop® K-Cup® pods are THE BOMB. Nutty Caramel, Maple Cream, and Sweet & Creamy… this coffee pairing is your donut go-to. The Original Donut Shop® Coffee brightens your day like a big scoop of sprinkles. And who doesn’t like sprinkles? If you go through life as if it’s a sweet surprise filled with jelly and covered in frosting, The Original Donut Shop® Coffee is for you! Keurig.com is offering $2 off The Original Donut Shop® coffee varieties from Tuesday, May 31 through Tuesday, June 7 to celebrate National Donut Day. The promotion code is “DONUTDAY” to be entered at checkout. Photo by Andi Mans Photography | Design by Chalk Shop Events Go Southern-style with a biscuit bar A Southern-style biscuit bar with cold cuts, honey, jam, cream, and other yummy toppings may be just what the doctored ordered for hungry guests. It's the perfect canvas to cross over from breakfast to lunch items. Please the kid in everyone with a cereal bar Large apothecary jars or big Mason jars make pretty much anything look classy, including fun and colorful cereal. Pair a few cereals with a chilled jug of milk (and maybe a non-dairy milk for allergy reasons, too), some packets of sweetener, some fruit toppings if you're feeling ambitious, and of course the spoons and bowls, and you're ready for Saturday morning cartoons AND your super fun brunch wedding! Photo via Macheesmo Instead of a mashed potato bar, have a GRITS BAR Mashed taters are always a welcome sight at a wedding and are popular with good reason, but a grits bar gives it a cool morning twist. You can provide savory toppings, sweet toppings, or both. This site has a great overview for planning a savory grits feast including toppings like bacon, caramelized onions, various cheeses, peppers, tomatoes, butter, and more. Maple Belgian waffle cake via Sprinkle Bakes Try a Belgian waffle cake Waffles are good. Cake is gooder. A Belgian waffle cake is definitely GOODEST. Yep, good enough to make up a word. Ask your caterer or baker if they can work up a tall and pretty waffle stack cake like the one above. You could even DIY it if you give it a practice run. Newspaper wedding programs via Etsy BONUS: Sunday morning-style newspaper wedding programs Nothing says morning like the Sunday paper and nothing says adorable like your faces on the cover! You can find some seriously adorable custom-made newspaper programs made for your own brunch wedding. You can make your own or customize one via Etsy. Even more brunch wedding ideas! Cereal, coffee bars, and short ceremonies: How to ROCK a morning brunch wedding Missy and Ryan's lovely early morning brunch wedding came with all the fun of a morning wedding including cereal cupcakes, Bloody Marys, and a coffee bar. They shared their setup… Read More With this waffle I thee wed: 11 delicious brunch weddings If you're thinking about what to serve at your wedding, think about the meal ERRRREBODY loves. It also doesn't matter what time of day you're having your wedding -- these… Read More Are you grabbing your own coffee cocktail for a morning wedding with serious style? What ideas did we miss? Thanks to Keurig® for sponsoring this post! Find out more about their products here. Get your daily dose of Offbeat AWESOME Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Catherine Clark Catherine Clark is Offbeat Bride’s Senior Editor. In her spare time she loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur baby, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS The dinosaur shoes you were hoping for NEXT Books, maracas, and the best hair ever: this colorful ranch wedding WINS Show/Hide comments [ 6 ] I'm having a brunch wedding! The newspaper idea is SO CUTE. 2 agree Reply If only K-Cup pods were not so incredibly environmentally wasteful. 13 agree Reply Just what I was thinking! Maybe stick to freshly-brewed coffee and tea the old-fashioned way – not as fancy, but so much better for the environment (and cheaper). 4 agree Reply Great post..cake looks so delicious.. Great information for those who are looking for wedding menu ideas and these are cost effective also…Great job! Thanks for sharing. Reply As was stated above, I understand that this post was sponsored by Keurig, but we're all aware of the environmental impact caused by our collective obsession with one time use disposable products. Why not consider a cute samovar for tea and a few thermoses of coffee? 4 agree Reply I loved the ideas of a belgian waffle cake and the newspaper programs! I agree with the previous comments of a more environmentally friendly coffee bar for guests. Also, I am one of the few people who absolutely hate coffee so I'd likely have more of a hot chocolate and tea bar. Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. 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