(Closed) Rehearsal Dinner

posted 8 years ago in Wisconsin
Post # 3
85 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

My husband and I rented a park shelter and brought sandwiches from Milio’s.  We didn’t want anything fancy, our guests said they loved it, and it was really cheap!

Post # 4
13 posts
  • Wedding: October 2012

We’ll be having a barbecue grill out at my parents’ house. Casual, relaxed, and fun. Our wedding is in October, so we have nice indoor space as well.  For a July wedding a nice picnic could be a lot of fun. Maybe at one of the lakeside parks or even somewhere like Token Creek County Park or Governor Nelson State Park. You could even order take-out from a restaurant you enjoy.


Post # 6
3696 posts
Sugar bee

@Mrs. Asian Sensation:  We are holding ours at Brocach on the Capitol Square. There is no room fee to reserve their upstairs area for events. You can have the attendees order off the regular menu (recommended for smaller groups) or you can order from their catering menu – lots of options depending on if you wanted to do a full meal, just drinks and heavy appetizers, etc.

Post # 7
14 posts
  • Wedding: September 2013

I’m doing a small tented rehearsal dinner in my parents back yard.  We’ll be catering in pulled pork, cilantro lime rice, fruit skewers and fun finger food.  This way we can have yard games and coolers filled with beer/wine/ and water bottles.  We’ll rent tables and chairs with cheap table clothes and rustic center pieces and fun outdoor lights.  It’l be nice to do something casual the night before such a formal day.  Also then my out of down guests have something to do the night before.

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