Post # 1
Hey Brides, I’m having second thoughts about my wedding date – Sat March 8 2014. It is daylight savings overnight at 2am Sunday so my guests will lose an hour of sleep. My event will have some overnight guests and a breakfast the following morning. Do you think this is an issue/annoyance? Please be honest 🙂
Post # 3
People will deal with it. Police, firefighters, nurses etc all have to deal with it every year.
You could push back the start time of the breakfast a bit to help our guests adjust.
Post # 4
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
I think you are overthinking it. If you are really worried, include a note in a welcome kit as a reminder to change the clocks.
Post # 6
We’re date twins! I like the idea of including a note reminding everyone about the time change. Most of our guests are coming from out of town, so hopefully they don’t have to fly out that day… LOL
Post # 7
Hey we have date triplets! I am doing the same and with breakfast/brunch the next day just keep an hour window open. When you have a group an hour can go by fast. That’s what we are doing. Since our brunch the next day will include us opening gifts and cards we will just wait until all the important people have arrived either way. I am keeping it laid back and simple, a nice relaxing end to the madness the previous week will have in store! I am also considering doing something with the “spring ahead” in the invitations to the brunch.
Keep us posted on what you decide!