What Is a Brunch Invitation? 

A Brunch Invitation is an informal note drafted to invite the people to share a casual meal during the afternoon. The sender may want to spend time with their relatives and friends combining breakfast and lunch - to plan a perfect party for the close circle, you need to invite the guests properly and ensure they will attend the gathering.

For a full list of Brunch Invitation templates please check out our library below. Here is how you should compose a Brunch Invitation message:

  1. Write down the title of the invitation - it can be just the word "Brunch" or a call to action - "Come brunch with me."
  2. Describe the upcoming gathering if needed - in case the brunch is held to celebrate a birthday or graduation or just to let old friends meet again after a long separation.
  3. Indicate the date, time, and location of the brunch. You may host it in your own home or reserve a table at a restaurant of your choice.
  4. Ask the invitation recipient to reply within a few days - this is crucial if you are making a reservation at a cafe or preparing a meal for every guest to enjoy.
  5. Add your contact information to let the addressee reach out to you if they have any questions. 

What to Take to a Brunch Invitation?

If the Brunch Invitation wording did not contain a request of the host not to prepare any gifts, consider bringing something that will show the host your gratitude. Here are some Brunch Invitation ideas you may take advantage of when thinking about what to bring to the brunch:

  1. Beauty gift set. It can be a brand new makeup palette or a selection of bath products - you do not have to be a host's best friend to make sure this gift will be of use.
  2. Tea and coffee. This is the simplest way to show your appreciation to the person that invited you - a traditional gift that can be selected to suit the taste of the recipient. Whether they like green tea or a rare type of coffee beans, it will be easy to find a gift basket that will please the host. 
  3. Alcohol. Unless you know the host and most of the guests dislike wine or champagne, it can be the perfect gift - you can drink it during brunch, especially if it complements the meal in question.
  4. Sweets and candies. It is one of the safest choices you can make - almost everyone loves sweets, and even if the host will not eat it, the guests at the brunch or their family members will definitely enjoy a selection of sweet treats you bring.
  5. Homemade baked goods. Not only this is often the perfect solution for a brunch with friends and relatives, but also a chance for you to showcase your culinary skills and create something unique that will be appreciated by the event host.

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