A Bridal Sunday Brunch
Yesterday was an exciting day not only because it was my bridal shower, but also because it was Sunday brunch! Presents and good food – you really can’t go wrong!
For tons of Recipe4Living brunch recipes, click here!
Because breakfast is my favorite meal of the day, my bridal shower included a wonderful Sunday brunch, complete with mimosas, omelets and waffles, pizza and seafood and the pièce de résistance – a chocolate fountain! I looked longingly at the chocolate fountain and then at my white tank top and knew it was going to get ugly.
The food was as delicious as I had dreamed. I had waffles topping with fresh strawberries and a strawberry sauce, tasty scrambled eggs, a small pastry and a of course strawberries and marshmallows dipped in the chocolate fountain.
Strangely enough, I didn’t spell all over myself. Of course, I didn’t get as much chocolate fountain action as I was hoping. There were so many people to talk to, and I needed to get quality time in with everyone. It was probably for the best, though. A chocolate-stained tank top wouldn’t look so great for pictures.
After eating all that food, I opened presents that would allow me to make even tastier food, or at least make cooking and baking more fun! The highlights for me were getting a separate, and most importantly, full-size blender and food processor. The minute I opened them, I was already imagining my little combo 2-1 blender-food processor sitting in the garbage can. No more burning rubber smell when I make smoothies!
Being the bride-to-be, I was living the life of luxury yesterday, but for all of you mothers, sisters or maids of honor and bridesmaids might be panicked about how to throw your loved one a bridal shower, panic no more because Recipe4Living has 2 fantastic bridal shower party guides!
Have you ever had a bridal shower thrown for you or have you ever been the one to throw a bridal shower? What original ideas or tips do you have for us?