Post # 16
I would really dislike having to get up early for breakfast after staying up late at a wedding. 8 AM sounds crazy to me. However, it might be nice for your Out of Town guests who need to get up and leave anyway. I love the idea of an open house buffet where people come and go. Otherwise, I don’t think I would be able to make an early breakfast.
Post # 17
- Wedding: September 2017 - Pearson Convention Centre
My parents and In laws hosted a breakfast the morning after our wedding at the Golden Griddle for the bridal party, immediate family and out of town guests. We went for brunch at 10am then we left for the airport to go on our honeymoon and everyone parted ways
Post # 18
sunnierdaysahead2 : That’s what I was thinking–around 10 am would be perfect because I don’t want to get up early either.
Post # 19
lolot : True, and they are the ones I am hosting this for because most of the ones who are traveling are the older non-party crew. I don’t want to get up really early either, but at least one family is driving 12 hours. I am sure they want to hit the road. That’s why I am thinking around 10.