Congrats to me for having another really dumb question.
We live in Michigan but are getting married in Tennessee.
We're renting a cabin, not any ordinary cabin - I mean a super luxurious, awesome, fantastic, expensive, HUGE cabin in the smokies for our wedding. We will have our ceremony at the cabin outdoors in the woodsy area, and a formal, catered, seated dinner in the cabin dining room afterward.
Everyone we are inviting is "immediate family" our parents, siblings, our two kids (14 & 11), two grandmas and a grandpa. So, there are 13 people total coming to the wedding, including fiance and me.
We get the cabin on Friday, ceremony and dinner are Saturday.
FH and I will set everything up when we get there Friday, and we have welcomed anyone who wants to come Friday night to arrive anytime after 8pm - so we can have the rooms assigned and set out the welcome gifts, etc. and settle in basically.
Our wedding ceremony is not until 6pm Saturday..
We have the cabin until Monday morning. Everyone is welcome to stay until then - but I will not know everyone's plans until I get my invites back, or whenever they decide what they are doing or can figure out work schedules, etc.
My question is this:
Do I feed everyone - every meal, everyday? I totally expect everyone to stay on Saturday night at the very least. The next day I am planning a breakfast/brunch for everyone. I guess I would just need to consider feeding them another dinner and breakfast on Monday.
But as far as meals go after the wedding dinner and morning after brunch, am I responsible for stocking all of the groceries for the weekend for everyone? With the older relatives there are a lot of dietary restrictions, and with others it is just picky-ness.
If I am responsible, that's fine. But how in the world am I supposed to know what & when to feed everyone? I don't want to go out to eat either, I want to enjoy every second of time we have the cabin for. I don't want to leave!!!
Sorry for the long backstory, but I'm at a loss. I am confused. Please help. Thank you for reading this!