A post-wedding brunch is a great way to relive special moments from your wedding day, give special thanks to those who worked hard to make your vision a reality and spend a few extra, meaningful moments with the ones you love before you tie a bow on your wedding events. Use these tips to plan a stress-free Sunday brunch to keep the wedding festivities rolling.

The Menu

You probably already cashed in all your favors at your engagement parties and showers, so leave the food to the pros for this event. Rich’s Catering & Special Events offers an extensive drop-off catering menu. You can offer your guests everything from traditional breakfast options, breakfast burritos, bagels and protein bento boxes to gourmet sandwiches, salads and hot buffet items. Of course, Rich’s also offers a delectable selection of indulgent sweets! Rich’s will deliver, set-up and return to cleanup. You can’t beat the combination of amazing food and complete service for unbeatable drop-off prices. Everything you’ll need is supplied, including linens, quality disposable cutlery and plates, napkins, chafers and serving utensils.

The Bar

You can keep your bar simple with a self-serve station of hot and cold options. Coffee and tea are a must, but you can supplement your hot offerings with a cocoa station for kids and a couple of boozy add-ins for the adults. Fresh juices, cold sodas and a small selection of spirits can round out the beverage station.

The Farewell

You likely sent guests home from your reception with a favor so there’s no need to go overboard with this farewell gesture. However, if you have guests that are traveling, an edible care package for the road is a thoughtful send off. Whether you’ve saved some sweets from the reception or prepared something fresh for the occasion, everyone will appreciate a few yummy bites to enjoy during their trip home.

 

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