Lunch? We're having a breakfast wedding. Listen, if you want to have your wedding at a certain time of day and the reception meal matches accordingly, don't compromise that. Just make sure people are aware of what's going on, and that you aren't keeping them hostage for hours on end without feeding them anything.
I think lunch is a lovely idea, my dream wedding is an afternoon tea with scones, cupcakes and finger sandwiches. If people get mad about not having dinner, they don't deserve to share your special day!!
Agreed, as long as wedding guests know that it will be a lunch affair, or a tea and scones affair, they will be prepared and plan accordingly. That way you won’t have starving guests leaving confused :]
I would love to here from you and your followers about this one: What do you think of having lunch instead of dinner at a wedding? My favorite kinds of foods are sandwiches, etc. We're having a very casual wedding so I think it fits. But I don't want people to be mad that we're not having a dinner.
Followers, what is your opinion? Put it in my ask.
I'm actually having an outdoor ceremony at 530pm in December. It will be in miami so it won't be terribly cold, but the venue has an awesome view of biscayne bay and the city skyline, so we couldn't think of a better time. I'd prefer a later wedding either way & I doubt that 530 in Sept is going to be too cold.
I don't think 5:30 is too late. It will be romantic :) Just as long as the ceremony has a place to go just in case it is too cold or rains, I think it will be perfect. Since it will be darker, try to decorate with twinkling lights and candles, to really set the mood. Congratulations on your wedding! The best of luck!
Our first opinion. & I like the look of darkness and twinkling lights :]
Just looking for another opinion on this. The venue I booked my wedding at has someone using the garden (aka ceremony location) immediately before I am supposed to. Theirs is booked for 4pm, and without me knowing the time the venue booked mine at 5:30pm. Do you think 5:30pm is too late for an OUTDOOR ceremony? It's at the very end of September (next year). I honestly don't know.. too cold? Will it get dark out too early? Ah help :(
Hmm, I think instead of just my opinion, you should have a mass opinion. So I’m going to ask my followers, what do you think? Put your opinion in myask.
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