The party doesn't necessarily have to last until dawn for your guests to appreciate a few sweet breakfast treats. The simplest route to go on this one is to serve a nostalgic array of cereals in elegant glassware. Colorful sugar cereals make the best visual impression, plus you can jazz up the presentation even more by serving them in martini or margarita glasses. On the other hand, if you long to serve something warmer and fancier, there's also the option of going all-out with a decadent Belgian waffle or crêpe bar, equipped with fresh fruits and berries, whipped cream, pure maple syrup and ice cream as toppings.
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