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.
Post # 17
I was wayyy to nervous to eat! But we had bagels from Panera and mimosas. And my MOH’s boyfriend got everyone Subway for lunch!
Post # 18
I’d personally stay away from heavy foods because they might make you feel lethargic later on, or bloated and uncomfortable in your dresses. That’s just me anyway. I think a spread of muffins, toast, cut fruit (you can just get some fruit platters, no prep needed!), and juices and coffee would be great, especially because it’s food you can grab and carry around the house with you as you get ready, or nibble on throughout the morning. But if you want some more filling food, you could definitely scramble up some eggs real quick for those who want them, or buy some mini quiches or something like that.
ETA: Oh, and mimosas or bloody marys for sure. 🙂
Post # 19
Hm I probably won’t wake up till lunch time but I would think taco bell =D
Post # 20
I’m thinking of having my mom and BMs meet me at my place (assuming we don’t have a big sleepover the night before!) for something easy, like bagels or croissants and fruit before we head to the salon. Might bring a snack to the salon, such as chocolates or strawberries and champagne/mimosas.
Post # 21
Well girls I went shopping and I have bought dips, crossiants, raisin bread, hash browns, eggs…………….. lol might sneek in some Macca’s pancakes LOL
Post # 22
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
For a friend’s morning wedding we brought fresh fruit (from Edible Arrangements), croissants, muffins, coffee, and mimosas. It was lovely.
For my wedding, hair and make-up arrive at noon, so that is when I asked my ladies to start arriving. The Inn will be catering our lunch. I instructed them to think “light finger foods” for the menu, figuring that the ladies will nibble as they can between hair and make-up sessions. i chose not to hve any alcohol served beforehand. While mimosas make for a nice party atmosphere, I want everyone 100% sober for the ceremony.
Post # 23
We stopped at Panera on our way to our hair appointments!
Post # 24
We didn’t meet up until lunch time, so I provided lunch (room service from the hotel) and mimosas.
For breakfast I’d recommend bagels and fruit.
Post # 25
Can you ask someone — a grandmother or something — to make a breakfast casserole?
My FI’s grandma is going to pre-make 2 of them, one for girls and one for guys, and freeze it. Then we’ll pop it in the oven the moorning of. Fiance is gonna deliver it to us at the salon and he’ll have the groomsmen over for breakfast that morning at our house.
Post # 26
Our wedding is at 6 P.M. – While I haven’t got a pre-ceremony time line just yet, I imagine we’ll still have breakfast at the hotel. I’m staying there Friday night, since I’ll have girlfriends and family from Out of Town staying there and my best friend/MOH will be staying too. I imagine we’ll do fruits and bagels and mimosas for breakfast — LOTS of mimosas!
I’m sure at this rate we’ll have to do lunch to. I’m thinking Salads, something light but still filling, until dinner at 7 or 7:30.
Breakfast casserole, mhmmmm… that makes me want to cater in cracker barrell for breakfast! lol.