14 Adorable Reasons to Host a Mini Brunch This Weekend
Text your #squad to get their resting-brunch-face ready, because mini brunch is about to become your new fave Sunday activity. This latest trend to hit the griddle takes your meal to a super literal *mini* size and it’s hella cute. Shrunken food doesn’t have to mean you’re cutting flavor, either. Scroll on to find miniature cocktails, tiny decor, and itty bitty cutlery, then get this weekend’s menu started.
Sundays were made for combining breakfast favorites with day drinking — you can roll out of bed for food and into a nap right after. Before they hit the mimosa bar, send your guests to grab a bowl of tiny Pop-Tarts cereal. (via Aww.Sam)
They may not be what your friends envisioned, but the punny take on your little party will be a hit. Grab small plates, invitations, party hats, and napkins, and then watch your guests ‘gram it all morning long. (via Studio DIY)
No matter the size of your brunch fest, your guests will be ready to eat. Serve up the classic chicken and waffle in an hors d’oeuvres to scale down on size, but not flavor. (via Almost Makes Perfect)
Face it — French toast tastes better when it’s bite-sized. Make all brunch dreams come true by serving dippable squares at your next brunch. (via Recipe Tin Eats)
Without a doubt, the best part of brunching is the mid-morning cocktails. Punch up your beverages with a cute mini macaroon stirrer, and you’ll all be sipping way past noon. (via Sugar and Cloth)
Donuts are a given for any brunch but, if you make yours mini, ombre, and color blocked, your guests will go (do)nuts ‘gramming them. (via Paper and Stich)
Not everyone wants to get boozy during brunch, so serve up some sweet and chocolatey cookie shots. Just be sure to double (or triple) the recipe — these will practically disappear from your dessert table. (via PopSugar)
Aside from making fun-size waffles, use a mini waffle iron to cook V cute omelets. Bonus: The pretty turquoise will go effortlessly with your other decor.
Remember to be consistent when brunching small. When the time comes to cut and serve the cake, the smaller the slice, the cuter the effect. (via Studio DIY)
Potted plants and succulents are a must when it comes to party planning and home accents. Add a touch of greenery to your event by DIYing mini place cards or take-home favors. (via Lauren Conrad)
Insert tiny treats inside for your BFFs to crack open after dessert.
DIY macaroon cheeseburgers lend a twist on a classic dish. Sprinkles are a must, so your guests know to expect sweet instead of savory. Mind: blown. (via Sugar and Cloth)
Serve up mini donut-shaped ice cream cake, complete with layers of sprinkles and mint-colored frosting. This party is about to be #brunchgoals for real! (via Sugar and Cloth)
Add edible decorative touches like tiny sugar glazed cookies to your drink station. (via Lauren Conrad)