Post # 1
I didn’t think about this until this morning and the wedding is 4 days away! I don’t want to stay up all night cooking for everyone the night before the wedding because they will be staying at my house… I want to try on focus on destressing. What will you be eating/providing the bridal party with?
I am considering grabbing Mc Donalds pancakes!! lol I don’t know what to do?
Post # 3
a full english breakfast……!
i will either cook it, or we will go out early to a cafe for it……i dont mind which.
eggs,bacon, sausages, tomatoes, baked beans, hash browns, mushrooms, bread and butter and a huge mug of tea! thats going to set them up for the day, but i am also having a tray of sandwhiches and cream cakes in our hotel room as we are getting ready………….seeing as we wont get the chance to eat again until 3pm when we have canapes after the ceremony….then our main meal is at 4.30-5.00
you have to look after your bridal party….cos for the rest of the day you will be depending on them to look after you…..
Post # 4
My mum got us croissants and then we had a sausage sandwich later on.
Post # 5
I def plan on going with McDonalds! But I personally have a weakness for it, so I wanna treat myself to that since I never get it! haha. But I don’t plan on meeting up with my girls until after breakfast.
Post # 6
My girls and I will not be eating breakfast together since I’m not asking them to be to the hotel until around noon but I will be providing lunch (probably room service – sandwhiches or something of the sort). As for my own breakfast, my mom and I will be going to our favorite diner the morning of so we can have some private mother/daughter time.
I wouldn’t stress yourself out when it comes to feeding your girls. I would never expect a home cooked breakfast on my friends wedding day so why not just get some bagels and pastries from Panera or Dunkin? I’m sure that would more than suffice.
Post # 7
All my girls were at other places that morning, but we had food at the hair salon and to snack on before the ceremony. We had muffins, fruit, cheese and yogurt. I didn’t really want anything heave, and I ate one of the mini muffins and yogurt before I left to meet the girls at the hair salon.
Post # 8
I got a big bowl of fruits, muffins, champagne, juices, and coffee.
Post # 9
I grabbed some bagels at a nearby bagel shop. It was easy
Post # 10
Most weddings that I have been in have just had bagels, fruit, mimosas, etc. and we were all more than pleased with that. Chances are you and your girls won’t have time to all sit down together and eat at the same time so it should be something simple that you can grab when you get a moment.
Don’t stress about this at all! There are so many other things worth stressing about on your day 🙂
Post # 11
We had 8 am hair appointments an hour away from my house, so one of my bridesmaids had made some muffins and we pickec up coffees on the way. We had a lunch of leftovers from the rehearsal dinner around 11am.
Post # 12
Our appointments don’t start until noon so we are providing lunch. At this point it’s looking like platters from a nearby lunch spot of beef and chicken kebabs, rice pilaf, and a couple different kinds of salad. We wanted something healthy but filling with some variety. I can’t tolerate gluten very well so we couldn’t do sandwiches.
Post # 13
I think getting ready pictures (with hair and makeup done) with McDonald’s breakfast would be soooo cute. Am I just weird to think that?! LOL
Post # 14
I want donuts! Although it might just be because someone posted on FB today that they were eating donuts…so now I have a craving for them! lol
Post # 15
I’ll want something well-rounded. So probably oatmeal and fresh fruit. My favorite 🙂
Post # 16
I intended to get them munchkins but after trying 2 donut shops near the salon and being dissatisfied with the flavors I got giant chocolate chip cookies instead. I also got them diet coke (I know my girls well and this was much preferred to coffee). We later had champagne but didn’t come close to drinking the giant bottle I bought.