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The bride to be loves fashion, jewlery and all things beautiful and elegant. She also said she really wanted a brunch menu. So I decided a "Breakfast at Tiffany's" theme would be great. Most of the stuff I got on efavormart.com with the exception of the napkin rings and centerpieces. The centerpieces are Blume boxes and the napking rings are from Ebay.
Candy Bar Buffett
2.5" glass paperweight in the shape of a diamond
Mock Mimosa Bar
The drinks we had were different flavor European Sodas from Fresh Market (Peach, Lemon, Pomegranant.....etc.) and they got to mix them with OJ or keep them plain. They were all gone later in the day, they were similar to Mimosas but no alcohol.
I also had out milk, coffee and water.
Sausage, Egg & Cheese Casserole
Blueberry French Toast Casserole
Make your favorite parfait bar
Fresh Fruit with Lime Whip
Salad Bar with Spring Mix Salad bar with an assortment of veggies and goat cheese
I made mini bite size desserts
Key lime tarts
Creme Brulee bars.
Draw the dress (where everyone puts a book on their head with a sheet of paper and trys to draw without looking what the bride will look like on her day and including all dress, make-up, jewlery details)
I did not have any leftovers of food or desserts, thank God with the holidays coming up I am entering dangerous territories with food. LOL
The party lasted for 6 hours (we finished the food and games in two hours) and my sister said she got a few calls later saying it was the best shower they had been too in awhile.
After everyone ate we moved to the Great Room for the bride to open her gifts and so everyone could just sit and talk.
Trying to draw the bride game. The drawings that came out of that game were hilarious.
The bride to be of course. :)
First To Arrive
The bride to be
Last to Leave
The bride to be