How to Throw a Great

Brunch Party

Love brunch and looking to host a spring brunch for your family and friends? Here are some tips for preparing and planning for your brunch on a budget including ideas for your spring brunch party!

How to Plan a Good Brunch


Start by focusing on recipes that you can make ahead of time, such as casseroles, bakes, and pastries. To keep this budget-friendly, look for recipes that use cheaper ingredients such as eggs and even meatless options to stretch your food budget.


There is something so iconic about mimosas and brunch, but you don’t have to entirely skip the bubbly if you’re on a tight budget! Instead, feel free to cheap out a bit on the OJ and consider getting white wine instead of champagne if you need to.


Having a themed buffet station will not only make your brunch more elegant but makes it easier to feed a crowd too! Have a toast, bagel, or even coffee bar to make things feel more elegant and unique.


One of the downsides to breakfast food is that it smells greasy. Instead of letting your home be filled with the smells of bacon all morning long, have some air fresheners handy to lighten the air.


Waffles, bacon, eggs, pancakes, toast all have one thing in common. They are all classic breakfast foods! Don’t be afraid to use these as your main courses on their own!


Don’t be afraid to dress up a little, even if it’s just grabbing a dress over a pair of jeans from your closet.


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