- 11 years ago
From all the tea ceremonies I’ve attended when I was younger, I personally found them a bit boring because I was never a part of them. Even as I got older and my around the same age cousins got married, I still wasn’t a part of them.
We are having only a tea ceremony, and my mom seemed to think a lot of my friends were going to come by. I actually had told them they didn’t have to come if they didn’t want to, since I figured they’d just be standing around watching anyways. Why put them through that agony if they’re just going to watch, snap a picture or two, and not even participate, and then we’d have a huuuuuuuuuge break between the tea ceremony and the reception.
My mom said a lot of her (unmarried) friends came to her tea ceremony when she was younger. What is the deal? Only one, maybe two to three would be able to make it, most everyone else will not, which is also why I said to not come if you don’t want to. Are you having a lot of your friends attend?
(note: my bridal party is only my sister. the only other unmarried female that may be around is my cousin.)