When it comes to hosting brunch, we never say no. But when you’re on a budget (Especially one that leaves very little wiggle room for splurges!) it’s important to know what traditions to keep and which ones you can leave behind. We’re having a big brunch with friends this weekend, and here’s a little bit of what we have planned!
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Ask others to bring a side and something to sip on. No shame in putting others to work! Not sure what recipes to assign? We’ve made it simple for you with our Etsy recipe packs!
Eucalyptus is the perfect vase filler. No need to spend a lot of money on flowers that will only last a few days. Eucalyptus is inexpensive, smells amazing, and will last FOREVER. You can even dry it and leave it up for months afterwards. We love the simplicity of the table decor here.
Purchase inexpensive decor on Etsy. You’ll spend less than you would at a party store, but still have something festive hanging around! There’s also plenty of free printables available for Spring! Check out the ones we rounded up last week.
Pom Pom Garland. Y’all - if you’ve never sat down and made one of these simple garlands, get on it! They’re super fun and make any event more festive! We suggest these pom poms for the best color assortment.
We love anything on a kabob stick - it’s easy to carry and perfect for brunch. Fruit kabobs, mini cheeseburger kabobs, crepe tacos, the list is endless! (These are just a few suggestions from our recipe pack). Add some bright colors to the kabobs and you are ready to go!
Remember - brunch is about bringing people together to have fun and share time. Don't stress too much, just focus on having a great time with your near and dear!