It’s A Doughnut Bar!

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Happy Monday Lovelies! The beginning of this week marks the beginning this weeks theme….brunch! We adore brunches because they can be the theme at literally any occasion. They work day or night and have some of the most delicious treats. As if pancakes, french toast, doughnuts, coffee and fruit aren’t already amazing on their own, just wait until you see the eye candy we have in store for you. Not to mention brunches can be one of the most cost saving themes out there! Honestly everyone loves a good brunch and we will show you tons of ways to make your brunches more lovely! Today we are focusing on the ever favorite doughnut. Yes you can’t get much better then fried dough covered with sugar and these little delectables can really make a huge impression at a brunch. Not to mention a SERIOUSLY lovely dessert bar at a wedding! Treating your guests to a doughnut bar is a seriously lovely delight and one of our most beloved food bars. Let’s get to this eye candy!

Lovely Doughnut hole bar-make your own!

{Doughnut holes are definitely a great go to for a doughnut bar. Especially if you have lovely syrups and toppings like this one does on Mint Julep! We love the display of different types of doughnut holes too!}

Love this doughnut bar for brunch

{We are just smitten for this doughnut bar! All of the different types of doughnuts with cute signs and all of the different dips and treats you can have are fabulous. Add in french pressed coffee in there and it is perfection! Spotted this on the Modern Jewish Wedding.}

Doughnut Hole Bar-dip your own doughnuts!

{Just check out this spread of lovely doughnut hole toppings. The rainbow sprinkles are our definitely our favorite. This would be perfect for a brunch! Yes you can make these amazing doughnut holes at home with this recipe and DIY tutorial from Pillsbury!}

Doughnut Bar for brunch

{Look how cute this doughnut bar is on Kojo Designs! We love the silver wood holding skewers of doughnut holes. Not to mention lovely glazes you can dip them in!}

Now This is the way to set up a doughnut bar!

{If you were going to do a doughnut bar, this is how you do it!  Towers of doughnuts of all shapes and sizes. It couldn’t get any better. Spotted this on Planning Forever.}

Make your own doughnut bar

{The shabby chic feel of this build your own doughnut bar is just amazing from Pure 2 Raw. We love that the doughnuts are “naked” here and the guests get to top, glazed and cover them with whatever they please! }

Cute and fun doughnut bar

{Just because it is a doughnut bar doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with it! Look at all of the ribbon and pom pom decor that really make this doughnut bar come to life on Party Frosting.}

Wedding doughnut bar!

{We ADORE all of the options at this doughnut bar. All of the lovely toppings, fillings and glazes…it is just perfection. Spotted this from The Sparkled Sidewalk.}

Doughnut Holes in tiny bags for brunch

{Sometimes just having SUPER cute bags of doughnuts is the way to go at your brunch! Saw this on Emmaline Bride.}

mini donuts and coffee.-great for a wedding or brunch

{Isn’t this just a beautiful coffee and doughnut display. We are gaga over it! It is such a wonderful brunch idea. Saw this on Em For Marvelous.}

 

About Emily Miller

Emily Miller is the Founder, Writer and Party Stylist for B. Lovely Events, a blog that covers ideas and inspiration for all of life's celebrations. Emily loves celebrations of all types and everything that goes into them. She writes each day to inspire you to make the best celebrations that you can!

Comments

  1. A doughnut bar is such a great idea for a fun brunch buffet! Can’t wait to see more brunch ideas coming up! 🙂

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