Post # 1
- Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House
…what are you eating for breakfast? I’m considering making a fruit salad a few days in advance, and then buying muffins from somewhere. I wanted to bake goodies, but ran outta time!
Post # 3
i’m having a full bfast w/ my family then some snacks after in the afternoon while i’m getting dressed. i posted something earlier and it seems nuts and complex starches are a good thing.
Post # 4
Our wedding was at a B&B so they served breakfast. I had some sort of egg and croissant dealie and fruit.
They set out coffee and juice and muffins for our guests who weren’t staying at the B&B.
Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2008 - Winery in the Gold Country
Quiche is easy to make ahead, store and prepare for a morning/noon thing!
Post # 6
We ate the breakfast that was offered by the hotel in the early morning. My husband and the guys picked up two Chick-Fil-A trays for the rooms of people getting ready. We wanted to have fruit salad available too, but forgot to bring it. The nuggets kept us full until cocktail hour. I had a 2:30 Catholic ceremony.
Quiche is a great idea too!
Post # 7
I don’t have much to add to this, but it reminded me of what we ate for breakfast on my sister’s wedding day: McDonald’s! I hadn’t eaten McDonald’s breakfast since I was a little kid, so it was nice.
Post # 8
my parents (at who’s house I am staying before the wedding) are hosting the rehersal dinner at their house the night before (12/26) and the menu is….. CHRISTMAS DINNER! so I will be having leftover turkey, stuffing, and apple pie for breakfast