Ashley Kappel Ashley Kappel
April 28, 2011

Whether you plan to start watching at 3am, est (BBC), 4am, (ABC, CNN, &NBC) or 5am (Fox), you're bound to be hungry by the time Kate and William finally say "I do."


Spare yourself, and your guests, from any hunger pangs that could distract your attention from the details of Kate's dress or the sure-to-be-memorable hats that are bound to appear in the pews of the church by preparing a few make-ahead breakfast dishes. Your gathering can munch while they watch then take turns calling in sick (*cough, cough*) to work later in the morning.

Chocolate-Cream Cheese Coffee Cake (pictured above)

William insisted upon having a chocolate biscuit cake for dessert after the wedding, so insist upon serving this melt-in-your-mouth breakfast treat to your guests. Make it the night before and store it in an airtight container.


Sausage and Cheese Breakfast Casserole

Pull this delicious, hearty casserole out of the fridge as soon as you wake up so that it can sit for 30 minutes. Pop it in the oven and let the delicious scent of savory sausage wake up your entire household. Warning: You may have to share.


Marmalade French Toast Casserole

If your morning taste buds prefer sweet to salty, this recipe is just the ticket. Be prepared to have a new signature dish.



Best-Ever Scones

When we claim to have the best scones, we mean it. Our top-rated version offers eight sweet and savory varieties to try. In honor of Kate's fruit-filled wedding cake, try the Cranberry-Pistachio version, but don't forget to come back for the Pimiento Cheese or Rosemary, Pear, and Asiago ones.


Blushing Mimosas

Raise your glass to the blushing bride with this blush-colored breakfast cocktail. Break out the good glasses for this event; it's fun to celebrate a wedding, no matter whose or where in the world it's happening.

What's on your menu for tomorrow's wedding festivities?

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