Get the girls together for a bridal shower brunch inspired by summer camp, including s'mores, milk and cookies, and craft-making.
While presentation and the menu are key elements of a brunch buffet, it’s also smart to pay close attention to where the buffet will be located. If a buffet is set up too far from the table, guests may begin to stray and carry on conversations standing up and around the table, rather than at it. When a buffet is positioned too close to the table, guests filling their plates are likely to bump into those seated comfortably. Place the buffet approximately six to eight feet away from the brunch table in a well-lit area, preferably near windows where natural light will cast an ambient glow on your menu items.
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