(Closed) No Clue – Ceremony time

posted 8 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I think it depends on how many guests you have and what kind of dinner (buffet, sit-down etc.). Our 100 guest buffet dinner was about an hour.

As for photos I’d try to take all the GM, BM pics and family pics you can take seperately before-hand then allow an hour for photos together and with your families together, wedding party together etc.

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Our ceremony and reception are outdoors. We wanted to have as much daylight as possible so our ceremony will be at 4. That puts dinner at 5:30, dessert and dancing at 6:30. We initially planned for 3, but couldn’t get hair appointments finished in time for that. The earlier you do it, the longer you have to hang out with friends at the reception. Allow an hour and a half for photos after the ceremony; however, you can do some men-only, women-only, etc photos beforehand to shorten that. Personally, I’d go for the early time to make sure you get all your photos in good daylight.

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