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Brunch is an excellent gathering fit for a bridal shower, because it combines weekend leisure, delicious food, and festive cocktails to celebrate the lucky bride’s special day of pampering. To truly impress the bride and make the day memorable, use these great decorating tips to bring the event together at 310 Restaurants.
Incorporate fresh flowers
Flowers not only provide a beautiful burst of color, but they also represent love and fertility, making them ideal decorations for the occasion. You might make an assortment of small arrangements in mason jars or simple ceramic vases that guests can take home with them once brunch is over.
Use clean colors
White is the ultimate bridal shower color, as it is clean, simple, and inherently bridal-themed. While most of the linens and plates will be white, you might add accents of something blue to bring a hint of color to the décor. If the bride has already decided on her wedding colors, you could use those as accents for the event as well with small touches of ribbon or colorful candles.
Add personal touches
Because the bridal shower is all about the bride, you will want to add some small details to highlight her personality. For example, you might finish off each place setting with rings or necklaces that fit the bride’s tastes so that everyone has a fun and stylish accessory to take home. Personalized name cards are also a hit at bridal showers, as these make everyone feel welcomed to the event. To offer something for the bride to take home, you might provide colorful blank cards for guests to write notes to the bride that she may read the night before her wedding.
At 310 Restaurants, you can find the perfect environment for your private bridal shower party with a café setting at our Park South location or elegant outdoor dining by the water at our Lakeside location on Lake Eola. To see our delightful brunch menu selections and book your private party, visit our website or call us at (888) 842-2658.
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When it comes to wine, everyone tends to have a preference for red or white. Both have similar qualities and are made from the same ingredients, but there are some key differences to recognize.
As you will see in this video, white wines have colors ranging from gold to pale green and yellow. Red wines are boldly colored in hues of maroon, purple, and deep red. The primary difference that sets red wines apart from white is tannin, which comes from the skin of the wine grapes. Tannin creates a unique texture in red wines, making them deeper and more complex than many white varieties.
For a wine selection that will pamper your palate whether you are a red or white wine lover, visit 310 Restaurants in Orlando. We have two beautiful locations offering lunch, dinner, and late night dining, with spacious outdoor dining areas showcasing views of historic Park Avenue and downtown’s Lake Eola. Call us at (888) 842-2658 or visit our website today to make a reservation or book your next private party with us.
Last updated 16 days ago
Mimosas are the classic lunch cocktail, because they are sweet, fruity, and light in alcohol. A traditional mimosa is made with sparkling wine and orange juice, but you might also enjoy them with pomegranate, peach, or mango juice.
The drink is named after a Mexican flower that is bright orange in color, much like the finished cocktail. Invention of the mimosa is credited to the Ritz Hotel in Paris, but there is speculation that the bartender at the hotel stole the recipe from a London tavern. In this tavern, the same cocktail was named “Buck’s Fizz,” and it is still referred to as such in the United Kingdom.
To try a perfectly mixed mimosa along with decadent Sunday brunch overlooking Lake Eola or historic Park Avenue in Orlando, visit 310 Restaurants this weekend. For a closer look at each of our fantastic menus, visit our website or call us at (888) 842-2658.
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When it comes to decorating for your wedding, finding the right colors is essential. You will remember your wedding colors for a lifetime, as they will be a part of all of your wedding day photos, so you should carefully consider tasteful color combinations before making your decision.
This video offers some suggestions for wedding color combos that can work during any part of the year. While spring is welcoming to classic vintage design in tones of pink and black, summer weddings are best celebrated in bright colors like orange and green. Watch the whole clip to see how to combine wedding colors in every season.
For a beautiful wedding venue with contemporary American catering, check out 310 Restaurants at two distinctive Orlando locations. You can reach us on our website or call us at (888) 842-2658 to explore our catering menus and private event planning services.