Brunch Party Guide

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The party guide helps plan a themed Brunch event with ideas, tips in the food departments, creative crafts, and clever conversation chats, menus, recipes, cookies, cakes and food labels. Free printable games, puzzles, place name cards and coloring pages.


A brunch party or get-together is a great opportunity to create a song list that revolves around Jazz. This cool and bluesy music is ideal for this gathering. There are many Jazz songs to choose from and the below list will help you get started. Have fun, pick wisely and enjoy the music!

Orange Colored Sky: Natalie Cole
Different Kind of Love: Nate Harasim
Dance with Me: Jackiem Joyner
Riviera Jam: The Rippingtons
Seeing Things Clearly: Shilts
Island Princess: Les Sabler
You Got to Believe in Something: Jonathan Butler Affirmation: Keiko Matsui
You Are My Lady: Kim Waters
Crazy Love Mix: Michael Buble
Sending My Love: Norman Brown
Take You Out: Terence Young
Cosmic Monkey: Paul Brown
Bossa Blue: Chris Standring
True Vision: Steve Oliver
Where Have All the Flowers Gone: Lisa Hilton
New Creation: David Benoit
From the Soul: Gerald Albright
True Vision: Steve Oliver

Creating a Jazz playlist will allow guests to relax and find comfort in the moment. Brunches can be as formal or as informal as needed and jazz music fits nicely into both types of party. Guests are sure to smile and sing along as they hear their favorite tunes. The music will provide a wonderful and peaceful backdrop to a brunch party and become one of the best party supplies you will have. It would also be nice to incorporate Jazz music with and without lyrics for an added special touch. The more music the better at this type of gathering. Line wicker baskets with colorful cloth napkins that can be matched to a theme, while being used to serve food or hold things like utensils. With a spool of ribbon you can, tie napkins and dinnerware with a bow, make curly streamers, tie ribbon around chairs, add accents to floral arrangements, just go as far as your creativity will take you. Decorations help transform a room into something more for that special day so look forward to learning some exciting and creative ideas.

Having a brunch is the perfect time for homemade party supplies such as handmade flower bouquets, centerpieces and candles. This should be a lovely gathering as well as memorable. Most often a brunch is held for a certain occasion and is entertaining for all that attend. This is a casual and friendly fest that all are sure to anticipate. A variety of nice and dainty homemade party supplies and party goods will add a great deal to the brunch and make your brunch complete. Guests will expect those nice little accents to complete their experience. Homemade tablecloths and handmade napkins are unique homemade party supplies to use for this quaint occasion. These homemade items along with a variety of delicate handmade party supplies will add a great deal of flair to the brunch. These little touches can really make all the difference.

Planning and preparation for a brunch will be easier with homemade brunch party supplies and party goods. The party supplies such as handmade napkins and homemade centerpieces can look very nice on your table. These items, along with other party supplies such as an assortment of colorful paper plates, cups, and napkins for your guests.

Creating a homemade tablecloth for your brunch is quite easy. Just follow these simmple instructions for the very best results. First of all, iron a sheet and then using fabric paint decorate the sheet with small flowers and other dainty designs. Allow the sheet to dry and then place it directly over the table. Not only will this tablecloth be very elegant, it will be handmade and will not compare to any other tablecloth around.


Brunch theme cakes typically revolve around nature and simplicity. When thinking of a brunch, many people think of a garden setting or bright colors. This type of theme evokes very calm feelings and a placid atmosphere, which is much desired. Adding design elements to a brunch theme cake requires minimal effort and tools. And when one sees guests' reactions, the extra effort will be worth it.

The most important thing to remember when creating a cake for any occasion is to match it up with other party supplies you have or intend on having. Yes, even the refreshments should fit the theme. Making sure each of these elements match is crucial in the overall effect and mood that is placed on the party.

Some general ideas you might want to incorporate on your brunch theme cake is the addition of flowers such as roses, lilies or other elegant flower selection. These flowers can be made from icing, fondant, molding chocolate and more. As always, say it with flowers at this beautiful happening. Add leaves and vines to accompany the beautiful flowers to add fullness and appeal.

For the actual cake try baking a vanilla cake with a fruit filled inside layer. A wonderful fruit filled layer is strawberry because unlike other fruits such as banana, they hold up well for a longer period of time and look bright when they are cut. If looking for a unique fruit filling, try a papaya or mango fruit filling instead. What better place for an edible artwork than at a brunch.

A brunch party is just the thing for those couple about to get married and hoping to help their two families get to know each other before the big day. Tensions within the family can develop on your wedding day so why not make sure everyone gets along beforehand with a fun brunchwedding shower featuring lots of food, games and wedding talk. This is also a great party that can be made fun for the kids who may have been dragged to the wedding by their parents.

Pastels are very popular colors for this theme and you'll find lots of pink and blue invitations to send to guests announcing the informal brunch. You can also use invitations that match your wedding color theme or some very fancy and fun, silver or gold invitations. Party kits are also available with these color themes containing lots of plates, cups, napkins, and a tablecloth or two for the buffet. But don't forget the extras that really accent the party area. You can get inflatable guitars and drums and scatter them around the dance floor for fun. To entertain the kids: Get a Piñata and fill it with candy and make it the good stuff like chocolate.

Some other games that will help to bring the two families together are the three legged race and Tag. Make the adults play and if you have a game that requires teams don't let people who know each other pair up. Instead put everyone's names inside a hat and have players draw to see who their teammate will be.

Send everyone home from the brunch with a small goodie bag. It can be very inexpensive, but will provide the guests with something to remember the event by. For the kids think about putting in some stickers, crayons and mini coloring books, candy, and temporary tattoos and for the adults you can put in a nice votive candle, flowers or petals, and a thank you card.

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Brunch History, Facts and Educational Resources

Add an educational twist to any birthday party, holiday celebration, or theme party.  Share the history of the Brunch theme to the guests.  Play some free printable educational party games.  Shhh don't tell the kids that they are learning!

Brunch, as its name implies, is a meal that falls somewhere between breakfast and lunch. It is a meal too infrequently enjoyed in today's busy world. Yet this midmorning feast boasts a rich history that runs far deeper than its simplistic name implies. It's very true, the brunch has a lot of background.

Originating in England sometime in the 19th century, Brunch made the big trip across the pond in the 1930s, where it was particularly popular among the upper class. The wealthy love to sit back and enjoy this high class fest. Today, the meal that was once typically reserved for the rich and famous can be enjoyed by anyone, in any part of the world. Anyone who enjoys good food can enjoy a brunch happening today.

Sunday seems to be the most popular day for enjoying Brunch; some folks like to sleep in on Sunday mornings, but don’t want to have to wait until noon to enjoy their first meal of the day. This is what makes brunch the perfect in between meal. Others enjoy Brunch after church; once their souls are fortified, they seek nourishment for their bodies.

The meals served at Brunch are just as varied as one’s reasons for consuming this meal. As its name would imply, Brunch represents a combination of breakfast foods—like pancakes, waffles, coffee cake, muffins, and eggs of all varieties--and luncheon dishes such as chicken, ham, salmon and other fish dishes, cakes and cookies, and potatoes of all varieties. Coffee, tea and orange juice can be served at this meal, as can sodas and light alcoholic drinks. It is true, variety is the true spice of the buffet meal.

Also varied are the special occasions that may call for the serving of Brunch. These could include holidays like Christmas and Easter, awards ceremonies, class reunions, and corporate meetings. Really just about anytime is a good time for a brunch. Whatever the reason, nothing beats Brunch. Plan the ultimate Brunch Party today! Build excitement about the event by doing something different or unique with the invitations like including artwork or a picture to the guests. Sending out save-the-date cards is extremely important as the holidays approach and guests have a number of social engagements to attend. Build excitement about the event by doing something different or unique with the invitations like including artwork or a picture to the guests. The history of Brunch has different interpretations by each person, so use your own judgement. Share these facts with friends at a celebration.
The Party Supplies Hut has more free elementary educational teacher resources for Brunch to use in the classroom for active learning to create lesson plans with trivia questions, games and fun activities.

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