- 12 months ago
- Wedding: February 2021
Hello, my Fiance and I hvae rescheduled our wedding due to COVID, and we’re changing a lot of things.
We’ll be getting married in a brunch wedding at a historic house on Valentines Day (Sunday). The ceremony will be at 9:30am, followed by a 10-11 cocktail hour then 11-2 reception.
We are having an open bar with bloddy mary’s and mimosas. Debating on the food choice,
Classic breakfast- eggs, bacon/sausage, pancakes, potatoes, pastries, fruit, etc…
BBQ Lunch – BBQ chicken, pulled pork, mac and cheese, potato salad (etc…).
I’m leaning towards breakfast but will 11 be too late for that?
Also.. music!!! I like the idea of hiring a string quartet but I’m worried about their list of songs and also the lack of an MC. I would like dancing at my wedding, and I’m willing to go with a DJ. But will 12pm really be too early to see dancing? I’ll get out on the floor but I want to make sure that people will follow!