Weddings in spring and around Easter usually come in one of two varieties – the pastel, colorful, cute kind, or the soft, romantic, classic kind. Today’s Sunday brunch wedding inspiration board shows the latter.
There are loads of benefits to having a brunch wedding instead of the typical late afternoon / evening wedding, one of which is that it usually reduces costs. A late morning ceremony with a brunch reception afterwards can make for an elegant and cost-effective celebration.
Opt for a soft pastel, ivory, and white color palette, serve mimosas instead of providing an open bar, swap out a traditional wedding cake in favor of pancakes, and have loads of seasonal fruits, fresh-baked croissants, and other tasty morning treats. Delicious and darling – I love it!
Details to adore:
photo credits: invitations designed and photographed by Branco Prata // shoes from Elizabeth Anne Designs, photographed by Melissa Gidney Photography // bride with rose bouquet from Style Me Pretty, photographed by KT Merry, floral design by Sol Flor // church photographed by Kiss The Groom (Elizabeth Messina) // chair with garland from One Fab Day, photographed by Bronson Photographic, floral design by Appassionata Flowers // pancake cake from Style Me Pretty, photographed by Matthew Land // welcome sign from Southern Weddings, photographed by Loft Photographie, designed by Sweet Sunday Events.