How To Throw A Bridesmaid Brunch

I put a lot of weight into deciding who I wanted to be my bridesmaids. Everyone I asked has a special place in my heart and I couldn’t imagine getting married without them by my side. So of course, I wanted to something special to pop the big question to my lovely ladies (and I knew I wanted it to involve a balloon pop ask…but more on that later). I decided to plan a girly brunch complete with personal touches and plenty of mimosas.

grapefruit-thyme-mimosas

First item on the menu? Indulgent homemade cinnamon buns. I used this relatively easy recipe and they came out great – not quite as delicious as Cinnabon, but baked with a whole lot more love. Next up? Grapefruit-Thyme Mimosas, which is really just a fancy name for the cheapest sparkling wine you can find mixed with grapefruit juice and a sprig of thyme. Voila! Fancy-shmancy. I also served this ah-mazing recipe for Greek Baked Eggs (highly recommend!) and made everyone a sharpie ‘Maid Mug to take home.

bridesmaid-brunch-cinnamon-buns

So, about that balloon pop ask. Here’s a sneak peek…

balloon-pop-ask-brunch

I’ll be sharing how to make the DIY ‘Maid Mugs and Balloon Pop Ask in the next couple of weeks so be sure to check back!

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