(Closed) Post wedding Brunch….

posted 6 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
1158 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I think you should invite everyone.Is this going to be your only reception? Check restaurants near you.Most just have food minimums.You won’t have to pay to use their space.

Post # 4
8361 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

My parents hosted a morning after brunch- we had a destination wedding. We felt it was a nice thing to do (we were going to host it but then the folks offered). We invited all the guests but only about 20 of them came- a few were sleeping off thier hangovers! Most of those that were sleeping it off were the bridal party! it was mostly the older guests that came along.

Post # 5
786 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2014

We’re hosting a next day/farewell brunch. Everyone is invited. The people who came to my brother’s brunch primarily were out of town folks and our close friends that live in town. They had 260 at their wedding and maybe 90-100 came to the brunch? But we just said brunch starts at 9:30 and ends at noon. Come whenever you wake up 🙂 So it wasnt 100 people all at once. People came in and out as they pleased.

For our wedding, we’re hosting the brunch at the hotel/resort where our guests are staying. We’re not getting married there so I didn’t feel that it would be repetitive as far as the venue. And if the weather is nice, we’ll have it on their outside deck area overlooking this gorgeous wooded area with a brook running through it. This is the hotel where the majority of our guests will be staying so they can just roll out of bed and come have some food.

I think next day brunch is such a nice thing to do!!

Post # 6
135 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

We are doing a postwedding brunch and a reception.  The postwedding brunch will only be the wedding party because we wanted it to be smaller and more intimate, and then the recpetion will be the whole shebang. 

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