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1.Use glitter-speckled plastic champagne flutes to reduce clean-up time. Everybody, say goodbye to hand-washing a million fragile glasses.
2.Consult a toast recipe book for more toast-centric brunch ideas that aren't just avocado #foodporn.
3.Okay, but if you do really love your avocado toast, use a 3-in-1 slicer to cut them up quickly and efficiently. This'll make your avo-toast look like it came straight out of a recipe book.
4.Store beverages in glass dispensers that come complete with chalkboard frames, meaning you can specify which drink is which!
5.Make these delicious, melt-in-your-mouth *vegan* pancakes and prepare yourself for a slew of "YOU'RE BETTER THAN BETTY CROCKER" compliments.
6.Display these rose gold foil balloons for an Insta-worthy spot that is more photogenic than any acai bowl in existence.
7.Fill clear mason jars with your cocktail of choice, some fresh fruit, and voilà! You'll have the most aesthetically-pleasing drink known to mankind.
8.After having your umpteenth mimosa, play a game of BuzzFeed's Social Sabotage: a card game in which each player is thrown into hilariously awkward situations.
9.Prep the ingredients for this apple cinnamon french toast a night or two ~before~ your shindig — and then just stick it in the oven morning of!
10.Get a citrus juicer to make mimosas that put even the best brunch spots to shame. Hello, FRESH-SQUEEZED OJ mixed with champagne.
11.Try out a bouquet recipe to give your guests what they really want — cake for breakfast. Plus, this can totally double as a centerpiece, okay?
12.Give your guests a caffeine boost by way of this stovetop espresso maker; it can make up to 12 cups of deliciousness in ~5 minutes.
13.And serve it in these stackable cups that won't take up a ton of cabinet space. Plus, these are microwave- and dishwasher-safe.
14.Take broozy brunch dessert to the next level with this boozy brownie recipe, which calls for a healthy dose of AMARETTO.
15.For fancy sit-down brunches, DIY these gorgeous place cards using flowers, copper coupling, and sticker paper.
16.Make delicious eggs with an easy-to-use, stainless steel poacher. The results are guaranteed to be ~egcellent~.
17.Or combine the two most beloved brunch foods (eggs and avocado, obviously) into one with these amazing baked avocado egg boats.
18.Drape a vibrant tablecloth over your dining table to protect it from stains and scratches. Furniture is expensive and should be protected at all costs, okay?
19.Prep the ingredients for this color-changing mojito the night before your brunch — it'll save you a ton of time in the AM!
20.Use a gold-plated pitcher to hold cold drinks (READ: sangria). You can also turn it into a centerpiece by filling it with some gorgeous flowers.
21.Add extra seating with a storage ottoman that ALSO makes your abode look neater. (Hint: stick blankets, pillows, and whatever else in here before the festivities begin.)
22.Create a booze corner and bar cart out of an inexpensive Ikea shelving unit and some brass legs. DIY aficionados, unite!
23.Or! If you cannot be bothered with a DIY project, create an all-the-mimosas-you-can-drink station with a gorgeous gold serving cart.
24.Make the perfect Bloody Mary with hand-drawn diagram glasses, which show exactly how much you need of each ingredient.
25.Play a game of prosecco pong, AKA a classier, more elegant, Kardashian-like version of beer pong.
26.Present these decadent chocolate-covered strawberries and prepare to have all of your brunch guests drooling — without having to do any of the work.
27.Stock up on iridescent paper plates to prevent your sink and dishwasher from overflowing with dirty dishes.
28.Bake healthy banana muffins that (HALLELUJAH) don't require a million ingredients, meaning you won't have to shell out the big bucks to feed your guests.
29.And finally, keep a stain remover on hand because colorful alcohol, clumsy friends, and a brand new rug = not a good combination.