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How to Create a Delicious Menu for a Spring Luncheon in 3 Steps

Struggling to put together a delicious menu for a Spring Luncheon? These 3 simple steps will help you create a delicious menu every time.

Spring is the perfect time to get together with your girlfriends and celebrate the end of cold weather.

Why not host a spring luncheon?

It’s easier to do than you might think!

In fact, you can pull it together in just three simple steps.

First, pick out a tasty menu (wait until you see what we’re sharing below!) and get some bottles of Prosecco or sparkling Rose.

Second, assign one recipe to each of your friends.

That way you aren’t spending tons of time cooking.

Third, set a pretty spring table using some of these fun ideas.

That’s it!

You’re ready to have a fun afternoon.

Anne from Simply2Moms serving a blueberry salad at a spring luncheon party.

On the day of your luncheon, put on a cute outfit.

Don’t forget your favorite wedges to show off a fresh pedicure!

Then enjoy the delicious food, refreshing drinks, and lots of great conversation and laughs.

Welcome to our Virtual Dinner Club!

We joined up with four of our blogging friends to create a virtual dinner club back at the beginning of 2021.

Each month we invite a guest host to join in our fun.

This month, our sweet friend Jen from The Cottage on Bunker Hill is sharing her creative ideas.

She always has fantastic and simple DIY projects and decorating tips!

Every month, we pick a new theme.

We share ideas to set your tables and then we each share a recipe to create a fabulous menu.

Think of it as a virtual progressive dinner.

It’s so much fun!

You can click here to check out all of our virtual dinner club tablescapes and menus!

This month our theme is a Spring Luncheon

Collage of 6 recipes to serve at a spring or summer luncheon.

These recipes are all so fresh and are bursting with the flavors of this season.

My mouth is watering just looking at all these pictures!

Let’s take a look at this delicious menu for a spring luncheon filled with all kinds of healthy salads.

Simple Lemonade Iced Tea | Midwest Life & Style

Handled mason jar glass filled with lemonade iced tea and garnished with lemon and mint.

If you know AnnMarie or I, then you know our favorite thing to drink all year round is iced tea.

We always order it with extra lemon, so Jen’s recipe for Simple Lemonade Iced Tea that combines tea and lemonade is right up our alley!

This Peach Sangria is another delicious springy cocktail.

Blueberry Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette | Simply2Moms

Serving bowl of blueberry arugula salad topped with goat cheese and a small pitcher of lemon vinaigrette.

We love salads that include fruit on top!

One of our local restaurants used to have a salad with dried blueberries and baby brussels sprouts leaves that was really good.

But why use sugary dried blueberries when fresh blueberries are so amazing?!

This Blueberry Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette is delicious as a side dish, or you can top it with grilled chicken or grilled seafood for an entree.

Stacked Cobb Chicken Salad | The Ponds Farmhouse

Stacked cobb salad on a plate garnished with green ranch dressing.

I love cobb salads, and Rachel has a brand new take on this classic salad!

Have you ever seen stacked salads?

You assemble them in a special container and then lift it away for a really unique presentation!

Rachel tried this technique to make a Stacked Cobb Chicken Salad that I can’t wait to try.

Caprese Salad | Stacy Ling of Bricks’n’Blooms

Plate with layered fresh mozzarella cheese and sliced tomatoes topped with strips of fresh basil and balsamic glaze.

There’s nothing like a good Caprese Salad, is there?

Stacy is sharing all her tips as a gardener and an Italian to make the best version possible.

Learn which tomatoes work best and her secret for getting a perfect balsamic drizzle.

Homemade Edible Fruit Arrangement | The Cottage on Bunker Hill

Green flower pot filled with long picks topped with fruit cut to look like flowers.

It’s always such a treat to receive an edible arrangement, but man they’re expensive!

Jen is sharing how simple it is to get a professional looking Homemade Edible Fruit Arrangement at home.

Her tips and tricks have me inspired to give it a try!

Old Fashioned Buttermilk Pie with Lemon Curd | Vintage Home Designs

White pie plate with buttermilk pie topped with slices of lemon and mini daisies.

Have you ever tried a buttermilk pie?

It’s a classic southern dessert and is a heavenly custard filling in a flaky crust.

Michele is sharing her family recipe for Old Fashioned Buttermilk Pie with Lemon Curd and it sounds amazing!

Another delicious dessert option is this simple keto-friendly tropical trifle.

More Delicious Luncheon Recipes

Check out these delicious recipes to serve at a spring luncheon.

If you have any questions or suggestions, contact me or leave a comment!

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