Hosting a waffle bar for a bridal shower is fun and easy! The addition of a juice bar makes it even more special
One of my favorite parties to throw is a bridal shower. It is just exciting to be a part of such a fun new beginning. A young couple in love. I love to see the bride’s face as she talks about her fiancé and see and feel her excitement!
I recently gave a bridal shower for the daughter of a friend and had previously done showers for her other two daughters. Until today’s Waffle Bar Bridal Shower, the Crepe Bar Bridal Shower I did for one of the girls has been one of my favorite parties. I wanted to put a spin on the Crepe Bar idea so I came up with a Waffle Bar. We love waffles at our house and dressing them up with all kinds of sweet and savory toppings.
How To Put Together a Waffle Bar
I divided the table into two different sections, a sweet section and a savory section
Sweet Waffle Toppings:
- Lemon Curd
- Whipped Cream
- Greek Yogurt
- Berries such as raspberries, strawberries and blueberries
My favorite combination is lemon curd, berries and whipped cream.
Savory Waffle Toppings
- Caramelized onions
- Sauteed Peppers
My favorite savory combination is bacon brie, basil and a little peach jam, it’s so amazing.
The guests all had a great time creating their own fun combinations.
How to Keep the Waffles Warm?
I just kept the hot waffles coming and used my amazing Overnight Yeast Waffle Recipe. You could also use this Liege Belgium Waffle Recipe. I had three waffle irons going, so there was always a warm one available.
If you don’t have multiple waffle irons, you can make waffles ahead of time and then keep them warm on a baking sheet in the oven at about 200 degrees F.