Post # 31
cantwaittobeemarried : My original idea was to have a brunch wedding (like 10:30), but I didn’t want to have to get up super early to get ready. So ours is going to be at 2:30! We aren’t going to have drinking or dancing at our reception, so that wasn’t really an issue we faced! We just want to eat, socialize, and get outta there! Lol!!
Post # 32
We are having an afternoon wedding. We’re getting married at 1:15, then taking all of our guests on a 2 hour boat ride/cocktail hour. When we get back we are having time to take photos, then dinner on the wharf at 5. We won’t be dancing, but we are going back to the restaurant/bar where our dinner is later that night because they are having a wharf party. I have a separate dress for that, just a short white dress.
If you had a day wedding you could all go out somewhere that night
Post # 33
Y’all are making me so excited for my brunch wedding in two weeks! I am going to TEAR up the dance floor, even if no one else does.
We will also have games like corn hole, croquet, etc. for people to play, and I’m putting custom crosswords on each place setting. I’ve heard of other brides doing board games.
Post # 34
cassiegirl : I agree that dry weddings can be a bit……dry. haha! You are so kind to be so supportive of the couples preferences though!
Post # 35
This thread has given me so much life! I’m having a brunch wedding next year, 8.13.2017. I have been so worried that it was going to be boring but after reading everyone’s positive reviews of brunch weddings, I honestly cannot wait for mine! Dreading the whole waking up early part but I can deal with it. Thanks ladies!