Food: Brunch Menu

A Sunday brunch is a very popular option for couples planning a wedding on a budget. First, fewer people book brunch time weddings so the wedding industry considers Sundays to be downtimes and price accordingly. Second, brunchs generally involve fewer dishes and beverages and are served buffet style so you'll save on service and labor costs. Third, the ingredients in brunch menus usually feature simple and inexpensive foods with one special one to fancy schmancy the dish up – and that saves even more money.

Interested in having a brunch reception? Here's a simple and inexpensive menu for your consideration:

Champagne Punch (from: Emeril Lagasse)
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Pomegranate Breakfast Soda (from: Ina Garten)
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Breakfast Sausage and Rice Brunch Ring (from: Amber Trahan)
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Spinach and Gruyere Quiches (from: Martha Stewart)
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Spring Salad with Tangy Vinaigrette (from: Martha Stewart)
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Roasted Salmon with Herbed Yogurt (from: Martha Stewart)
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Citrus Salad (from: Martha Stewart)
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Truffled Deviled Eggs (from: Sunday Suppers)
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