Spring is upon us and just in time for the arrival of tulips and daffodils comes the season of bridal showers, baby showers, and all kinds of other girly get-togethers. Since it’s a busy time of year, we’re believers in throwing a special soirée that’s also stress-free and keeps the focus on coming together to celebrate the bride (or mama) to-be. Click through the slides for our favorite brunch time eats, treats, and sips that are easy enough for a fuss-free shower and perfect for sharing with your nearest and dearest.

*photo from Wynn Myers at our Bachelorette Brunch


Fresh Grapefruit Greyhound

A light, citrusy cocktail feels just right for a festive mid-morning occasion.

Get the recipe here.


Smoked Salmon Bites with Horseradish Crème

Any appetizer you can easily make for a crowd is a winner in our books, and these savory salmon bites are as gorgeous as they are delicious.

Get the recipe here.


Coconut, Banana & Blueberry Baked Oatmeal

This baked oatmeal is almost like bread pudding, but way healthier. Studded with fruit and crunchy nuts, it’s perfect for feeding a large group.

Get the recipe here. 


Spring Vegetable Frittata

We love frittatas for their versatility and simplicity. This dish can be customized with whatever veggie is in season and what happens to be in your fridge.

Get the recipe here.


DIY Mini Eclairs

For dessert, why not gather guests around a table and let them create their own eclair masterpieces? I guarantee your guests will have a lot more fun doing this DIY than playing bridal shower bingo.

Get the recipe here.

 

2 comments
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    Juanita Sanchez | May 25, 2017 at 9:58 am

    Where can I get that blue and white (I’m guessing it’s porcelain) serving dish you used for the salad n your Bridal Shower Brunch Menu photo op? It’s gorgeous.

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    • Juanita Sanchez | May 25, 2017 at 10:01 am

      Fixing the typo: Where can I get that blue and white (I’m guessing it’s porcelain) serving dish you used for the salad in your Bridal Shower Brunch Menu photo op? It’s gorgeous.

      FYI, I’m at a public library and apparently they are having hacking issues. For some reason typos are coming up (after I’ve proofread) and getting sent because the systems are flawed.

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