(Closed) When you see “Cake and Punch” reception, what do you expect?

posted 11 years ago in Food
Post # 47
3162 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I would think no dinner, no alcohol, just wedding cake/other desserts (maybe) and non-alcoholic drinks, coffee, tea, etc. I would also think “eat something pre-ceremony so you don’t get a bellyache from sugar overload.”

Post # 48
1001 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

P.S. I would also secretly hope for, but not expect, a glass of something bubbly.

Post # 49
555 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

Great post I think I’m going to put one up for ours thanks for doing this hsirrapyesdnil!!

Post # 50
4485 posts
Honey bee

Btw, there are many punches that are not red. The last several weddings I went to had yummy “clear” punch using pineapple juice or 7up instead of Hawaiian punch. But I agree with pp that wearing the same color as the food or beverages so you don’t spill is going a little overboard and impossible to do since you have no idea what is being served.

Post # 51
1995 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

it means eat before and plan to go out for dinner afterwards!

Post # 52
435 posts
Helper bee

I’ve been to a few punch and cake wedding in the South and they are lovely.  And the only food was cake served with the punch and coffee and tea.

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