(Closed) Morning-after Breakfast…?

posted 2 weeks ago in Food
Post # 2
116 posts
Blushing bee

How far is the drive? I feel like most people would grab something to eat before heading out anyways, so I think offering it as an option for those who want to is nice. If someone lives further or just really wants to get on the road they can skip it if they want. 

Post # 5
233 posts
Helper bee

I like the casual approach, lets them decide and not feel pressure. I know for myself, if i have a long drive ahead of me a lot of the time i would rather sleep in and not go for a meal that could be long-ish – especially being out the night before, i would likely be packing in the morning and strapped for time/just want to get home. Hard to say without knowing what type of people they are but it is a very nice invite to make IMO. 

Post # 6
7297 posts
Busy Beekeeper

misstomorris :  I vote keep it casual and let people decide. Usually I stop for breakfast before a drive home anyways so I’d swing in! If I had a super long ride and didn’t have time to sit I’d at least try to go to the same spot to get a sandwich and coffee to go and say bye. 

Post # 8
3002 posts
Sugar bee

misstomorris :  Dont forget to think about yourselves too!

I was EXHAUSTED the day after my wedding. I mean, we both didnt leave the room until 3/4pm LOL and we were suposed to have dinner with my famly and they were exhausted too! We ended up having dinner separately and meeting at the hotel later to say our goodbyes. 

I vote keep it casual, if you are up and energized and want to check in on peoples breakfast plans, maybe you guys can meet up, but i wouldnt organize anything formal personally. 

Post # 10
233 posts
Helper bee

The idea of somewhere with a to go option so people can say goodbye but have an option besides a sit down meal is fantastic! 

Post # 11
1762 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2018

We had a brunch the following day from 11. People popped in all day actually! We had heaps of wedding cake, a bbq and drinks. So much fun and I highly recommend it

Post # 12
1788 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2019

We actually just did breakfast at the hotel with everyone. The hotel offered a breakfast buffet, and we brought in good bagels, danish, some fruit and had leftover cupcakes. It worked out the best! We could come down when we were ready, we didn’t have to be awake and ready to go by a certain time, and everyone said bye as they were leaving! 

Post # 13
848 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 1983

Your wording doesn’t make it clear if you’re hosting the breakfast or not.

Post # 14
52 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

misstomorris : We hosted our post wedding brunch which started at 11:30am the morning after our wedding and it was a lot of fun. Another opportunity to treat our guests and thank them for being there for us. 

Post # 15
1290 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2018 - Location

Agree with others, keep it casual – just hey we’ll be at this place, join us if you can! 

No pressure, no need to rsvp. Is anyone flying in? 

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