Sunday Brunch Wedding
We have to admit – we love brunch! And the image of the enticing breakfast bar is just adorable. The turquoise setting for this lovely Sunday Brunch Wedding gives the rustic venue the right pop of colour, too!
Colour Palettes for a Sunday Brunch Wedding
A Sunday Brunch Wedding calls for a creative combination of warm and cool colour palettes. Warm colours like yellow, cream, and brown mixed with cool palettes like blue and green will give your wedding a vigorous feel. So, bring out those cream flowers and greeneries. These palette combinations in a rustic location will surely help you achieve that festive Sunday brunch atmosphere.
We love that there are different motifs in every part of the wedding venue. You’ll find refreshing shades of blue on the reception table and crisp yellow, white, and green shades in the photo shoot area. One feels summery and bright while the other gives a fresh, cool atmosphere.
Details for a Sunday Brunch Wedding
Having your entire family and friends to celebrate your big day is one of the reasons why many couples choose a Sunday Brunch Wedding. When everyone comes together for a special event, you want it to be extra fun and entertaining for a lively brunch celebration. It should also remind them of a relaxing Sunday with people they love.
Have a pancake party to keep everyone engaged in the celebration and dish out the cupcakes and muffins. Make sure you stick to the brunch schedule, so set the wedding party mid-morning to stay true to the theme. Don’t forget to include all Sunday elements, like newspapers, magazines, and even those old-school vinyl records.
Table Setting Style for a Sunday Brunch Wedding
When choosing a table setting style for a Sunday Brunch Wedding, you'll want candles, flowers, and greeneries gracing your tables. For a cheerful ambiance, go for blue with your table linens and glasses. Place a large lamp at the centre of your table for an added layer of elegance. This table setting style is a simple yet attractive way of creating the calm, joyfulness of a Sunday Brunch Wedding.
You'll have plenty of room for flexibility for your table setting for an indoor wedding venue. The blue linen cloth, white candles, and the florals and greeneries will exude a unique appearance in a homely reception venue. Also, set up a dedicated pancake station on a plain brown table for a more classic approach.
Wedding Dresses & Accessories for a Sunday Brunch Wedding
Nothing fits a Sunday Brunch Wedding better than a classic white wedding dress. You won't need any fancy accessories to look elegant in this choice. Carry that effortless confidence and vintage charm with an unsophisticated wedding ball gown.
You may wear the same white ball gown to blend perfectly with a white backdrop for your prenup photos. Look pretty in this timeless attire as you try to reverberate the optimism of a bright Sunday Brunch Wedding. This is also an opportune moment to look sweet and less fancy, so go for curly hair with your typical Sunday dress.
Menswear for a Sunday Brunch Wedding
A Sunday Brunch Wedding is the perfect theme for the groom to wear his comfortable attire instead of the classic tuxedo. A necktie or bow may not even be necessary. A combination of blue coat and pants and a white long sleeve shirt is already enough for this sweet but undemanding wedding style. Your groom could sport that handsome casual look on a white long-sleeved shirt with brown suspenders and blue jeans for your prenup photos.
To create an overall old-fashioned but relevant look, wear a brown pair of leather shoes. This minimalist look is one of the perks of choosing a Sunday Brunch Wedding theme. Your groom and male guests won't have to spend much on their clothes. This means saving a significant portion of your wedding budget as well.
Bouquets & Boutonnieres for a Sunday Brunch Wedding
Happiness and satisfaction in marriage are the symbols of wedding bouquets. With this thought in mind, you'd want one that mirrors your kind of happiness. For a Sunday Brunch Wedding, cream flowers would be great to embody your charm and thoughtfulness. Include some greeneries, especially if you're going for old-fashioned, indoor garden-themed wedding venues.
You may stick with the classic two-flower boutonnieres for your groom and male guests. Add two or three green leaves to complete the little ornament. Although boutonnieres symbolise style and grace, a Sunday Brunch Wedding doesn't call for too much colour. A touch of cream and yellow is already sufficient.
Wedding Cake Ideas for a Sunday Brunch Wedding
A Sunday Brunch Wedding is the best way to save money on your wedding cake. You don't have to go for three-tiered expensive cakes. Instead, you'll only need an extra-special stack of pancakes. Adorn your unique wedding cake with some flowers and greeneries, and your sweet cravings are resolved.
For added flavours, prepare tasty cupcakes and a variety of breads. Pair these up with milk bottles to complete that simple Sunday brunch theme. If you want the typical elegant wedding cakes, you could surely go for them. Just remember that Sundays should be bonding moments for family, so your wedding cake and other delicacies must fit this kind of atmosphere.
Reception Decor for a Sunday Brunch Wedding
A pantry of pancakes and breads is a gorgeous idea for a Sunday Brunch Wedding reception. Keep your reception decor simple but appealing by fusing the magic of florals, greeneries, and white and blue motifs. You could never go wrong with white chairs and candle lights with every table. Also, delight your guests with personalised cupcakes on small bowls and cocktail drinks in blue glasses.
For coffee lovers, get creative with little charcuterie boxes but less so with the extravagant wedding food items. Just a cup of coffee with a small bunch of flowers and wedding invitations would be lovely. You may add other items from your pancake and cupcake pantry to this little box of surprises.
Wedding Photo Shoot Ideas for a Sunday Brunch Wedding
A relaxed, in-home wedding photo shoot is the ideal style for a Sunday Brunch Wedding. Just picture your living room with natural sunlight illuminating you, your groom, and the floor, and what you have is an inexpensive picturesque setting. You'll prefer bright and natural lighting for your prenup and wedding day photos. You’ll need crystal clear window panes for your backdrop to make this possible.
If you want a country-style photo shoot, a rustic building is what you'll need. With a bouquet of cream roses, a table holding a vinyl record player, and your groom ready to pose, you're in for an unforgettable set of wedding photos.
Portrait Props for a Sunday Brunch Wedding
For your portrait props, go for all things Sunday. Bring out the pancakes, blueberry muffins, the black coffee, and the newspaper to exude this feel. Also, highlight the beauty of nostalgia through the vinyl records of some 60s music from Etta James and other legendary soul artists. Use flowers and green plants for your portrait props if you want a springtime ambiance.
Since you're going for a brunchtime wedding, put your pantry of pancakes, cupcakes, and muffins in the spotlight. Echo the sweetness of these food items with your captured shots. You may carry the pile of pancakes, and your groom could hold the jar of coffee for a more at-home portrait.
sunday kind of love – a brunch wedding editorial
BLUE, INSPIRATION SHOOT
From Christine of Best Day Ever Events – “I heard the Etta James song Sunday Kind Of Love on the radio a few months back and decided there needed to be a styled shoot based on the sort of love she was singing about. To me, this is a love where you are perfectly content when it’s just the two of you being together; you don’t have to go anywhere or do anything, it’s just relaxed and easy. That is the feeling I wanted this shoot to have.
I wanted to inspire intimate weddings with no fuss, just loads of love. We chose Hickory Street Annex in Dallas, Texas as our venue because it felt like it could be this couple’s home and you were invited to a springtime brunch wedding celebration. We tried to incorporate all things Sunday… the newspaper, the coffee, blueberry muffins and pancakes, and old records. Etta James even makes a cameo for our sweet couple to dance to!”
Credits: Photography: Kevin + Stephanie // Planning: Best Day Ever Events // Floral Design: Shannon Rose Events // Paper: Southern Fried Paper & XO, Ginny // Beauty: Stephanie Nelson Makeup & Hair // Attire: Bridal Boutique of Lewisville // Rentals: Rent My Dust, CAVA Tabletop, & Posh Couture Rentals // Linens: La Tavola // Venue: Hickory Street Annex in Dallas, Texas.