Bridal Shower Southern Brunch Ideas
Hot pink adorns this gorgeous, beautiful brunch table setting. Boxwood mat made with faux greens highlights the punch bowls. Instead of sherbet punch…there is Champagne punch & Hershey in the other punch. See below for recipe.
Fancy little frames with labels are placed in front of finger foods to highlight the menu items. Three-tier rod iron holds scones & muffins surrounded by the toppings.
Round table decorated with burlap & fringe table cloth layered with a hot pink velvet covering provides eye appeal. Dimension is provided by using boxes & books underneath the fabric to create the different levels. Allows one to appreciate each individual aspect of the table.
Splashes of eye-popping hot pink are used in the fresh flowers and napkins. White, bronze, crystal, & a touch of green brings the table together.
Always start the plates at the front of the table so other guests can enjoy the table also. Notice the topiaries add height with the white cherubs gracing the candles.
Great brunch menu item is quiche (Ham, Bacon, & Asparagus pictured) which can be store bought.
Ambrosia salad decorated with coconut on top presents an elegant touch.
Three-tier holding scones & muffins surrounded by toppings.
Spinach sausage balls or sausage balls will work.
On another table is prepared as the beverage station holding the Champagne & coffee punch.
Coffee Punch Recipe
The coffee punch (taste as you go):
- We used a small container of store bought cold drip coffee, vanilla flavor. It is a concentrate. (18 serving size/ Cool Brew).
- 2 large half n half (not sure the ounces on this, but you’ve seen the large ones)
- 1 gallon vanilla ice cream
- Add at least 1 cup of milk and 1 to 2 cups of water.
- The best part….. Hershey syrup …. Squeeze a lot, taste, add more if you want a more mocha flavor.
- Makes a large punch bowl full.
Special Thanks To Rhoda – Southern Hospitality Blog For Posting & Image Screenshots.