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Rustic Brunch Beverage Station from ChefSarahElizabeth.com

Weekends are for brunching, right? Right. Sometimes you need a fancy brunch, and sometimes you need a rustic brunch. Enter this inexpensive and fun rustic brunch beverage station. Serve your drinks in mason jars, use popsicle sticks as stirrers, and break out the cheapest champagne you can get! After all, brunch isn’t exactly the time for consuming the good stuff. Check out this week’s Friday Frenzy, then keep on scrolling to see more photos of this rustic brunch beverage station.

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Welcome everyone! Amy from Savory Moments here this week. I’m excited to be hosting the Friday Frenzy for the first time this week! I’m so glad that more people are linking up and sharing their recipe, craft, and DIY posts every week. These are a few posts that really caught my eye from last week’s link part.

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Rustic Brunch Beverage Station from ChefSarahElizabeth.com

Rustic Brunch Beverage Station from ChefSarahElizabeth.com

Rustic Brunch Beverage Station from ChefSarahElizabeth.com

Ingredients

  • Serving tray
  • cheap champagne
  • orange juice
  • vodka
  • bloody mary mix
  • coffee
  • sugar
  • heavy cream
  • coffee mugs
  • mix and match cocktail napkins
  • popsicle sticks or drink stirrers
  • mason jars

Instructions

  1. Set your serving tray somewhere accessible and set up your beverages on top.
  2. Use mason jars as cups, and popsicle sticks as drink stirrers. You can even use markers to write people's names on the popsicle sticks.
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