If you’re rocking a killer coffee bar at your wedding, adding these DIY mocha spoons for stirring in delicious chocolate flavor is ultra-fancy. You’ll never believe how fast and easy they are to whip up last-minute. A little chocolate, white chocolate, or colored melting candy, some plastic spoons, a smidge of edible glitter or sprinkles… and you’re set.
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 best, you guys. Here are some delicious brunch wedding ideas including topping bars, waffle cakes, and coffee cocktails. Let’s talk making brunch bananas.
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 to whip you up a fancy coffee bar for beaucoup bucks, but DIYing it can be just as easy, especially if you use a few shortcuts. With the right coffee maker setup, the most delish of flavorings and goodies, and even coffee mug favors, your coffee bar can easily outshine the rest of the food. Let’s get our bean faces on and DIY the crap out of a rad reception coffee bar.
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 with us and tips for how to totally rock a morning brunch wedding for a crowd. Here’s how they did it.
Our ceremony started at 10am on a Sunday morning with brunch at 11am and we had the venue until 3pm. We choose brunch because breakfast is the meal we go out for the most. Here is a rough outline of our wedding day…
This week we’re celebrating the tea-length, the mini, the cocktail, and the midi — that’s right, it’s short dress week! Today we’ve got a couple who opted for an early-morning sunrise ceremony, with all of the challenges and gorgeous scenery that entails. You’ll definitely want to hear how they handled the venue and vendors for this particular challenge.