I take brunch pretty seriously; so a lot of thought goes into brunching with the right people and selecting a place with the right atmosphere and an awesome menu. Because of the importance of brunching, I’ve decided to break it down for you in two parts; part one, the guestlist and part two, the food and drink menus.
What is considered good brunch conversation? Almost everything!! However, we do keep the topic of politics to a minimum because we are trying to have a great time; with the current state of affairs, politics can be a buzz kill. Other topics include relationships, dating, travel, current events, books, movies and music. The goal is to have light-hearted conversation in which everyone can contribute. Remember, everyone has an opinion and we make sure that all are heard and respected.
– Determine the number of people you want to invite.
– Determine the vibe for your brunch (singles, couples, a mixture of both, etc.)
– Create your invite list, make sure you avoid people who may have conflicts or will create awkward situation.
– Include whether or not plus ones are invited.
Please understand the same people do not need to come to every brunch.
You are now on your way to having a great brunch. Next up, selecting a brunch spot: stay tuned for Part II of this blog for that!