Post # 17
I believe Maid/Matron of Honor or one of the bridesmaids will run out that morning and pick up Panera catering (bagels, salads, a few sandwiches, not quite sure yet) so that we can kind of munch throughout the “getting ready” phase.
Post # 18
- Wedding: May 2013 - Walt Disney World
I’ll be getting ready in my hotel room and the BMs will be staggering arrival (I think) throughout the late morning/early afternoon. Most likely, I will either order room service or Panera.
Post # 19
My cousin was trying to plan a bridesmaids shower or mani/pedi, but since we’re crunched for time, I told her that we would much rather her have food delivered while we’re getting ready. I think she is just going to get subs and some kind of sweet (cookies/brownies).
Post # 20
Two of my BMs will be staying over the night before so we will be having breakfast together. Then I will provide fruits, croissant s, yoghurt s etc for when everyone else arrives.
Post # 21
@jenjen96: We are having panera ordered in for all of the bridesmaids
Post # 22
We just snacked on platters throughout the day – so fruit, cheese, dips, savoury things (kabana, salami, sundried tomatos) etc. and one of the bridesmaids made cake pops, which were great! So easy to eat without making a mess, and very delicious.
As a bridesmaid in another wedding, the bride had ordered sushi, but then had a craving for roast pork, so we went to a carvery and picked up heaps of roast pork, crackling, potatoes, gravy, etc.
Both ways were pretty delicious, though it depends on the structure of your day. For my wedding, we did photos before the ceremony and getting married earlier in the day, so didn’t have the time for a sit-down meal. For the other wedding, the ceremony was at 3 in the afternoon, and photos were after the ceremony, so we had plenty of time to sit down and gorge ourselves on delicious food.
Post # 23
We have to do our rehearsal on the morning of the wedding, so we’re bringing a picnic lunch for everyone to eat afterward.