Post # 1
Well I got my venue. I pretty much rushed over after a little wedding date issue. Downside, I have to do a morning wedding now instead of evening, 10 to 4 and now to find the after party house. My family loves to party.
My mother wasn’t so comforting with time and neither my sister till I said the magic words, “It’s just one day.” I started to look at the bright side of things! I’m paying for the scenery and what better time to see it then the morning/afternoon. My photographer said it’s better for photos. The bestman … well he said yay to getting drunk earlier, ha. I’m still one happy bride and maybe it’s meant to be since I did get a free hour and 200 off. :0D
Post # 3
While a morning wedding isn’t typical I think it sounds amazing. My venue also offers brunch weddings so they aren’t unheard of.
If your family loves to party then just reserve that night for the crazy stuff. Your morning can focus on the union and the evening on the fun.
It will be great…. you get to serve muffins at your wedding! I for one LOVE muffins. 🙂
Post # 4
I’ts always amazing to hear a positive person, you have your venue and a reception place! yaay!
Post # 5
Whoo hoo, there you go! Brunch food is delicious and you’ll get amazing photos thanks to the natural light. 🙂
Post # 6
Good for you for looking on the bright side! 🙂
Post # 7
I really wanted a late morning wedding, but Darling Husband didn’t go for it because he’s not a “morning person.” Pshh… you’re getting married, dude! Pretty sure you’ll be raring to go… and he was. Oh well. 😉
I’m so happy for you!! You’ll get to see the scenery and enjoy the entire day as a newly married lady with your husband by your side.
Post # 8
I have to be thankful for my hunny. I was sitting there frowny face and he just turned the situation around. I love that man. :0)
Post # 9
i think a there are lots of advantages on day or morning wedding! i love positive people!
is your wedding, enjoy it,
no matter how early or late your wedding will be, all the people that loves you will be there, no matter what