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Post Wedding Brunch for OOT guests?

How bad is it to not offer a post wedding brunch for the OOT guests? We're inviting 123 people, 85 of which are from out of town.

Instead of a traditional "rehersal dinner" we're doing a big welcome reception the night before for all of the out of towners AND we're leaving early the next morning for our honeymoon.

Is it tacky or really inappropriate not to have one?

Re: Post Wedding Brunch for OOT guests?

  • In Response to <a href="http://forums.theknot.com/Sites/theknot/Pages/Main.aspx/local-wedding-boards_colorado-denver_post-wedding-brunch-for-oot-guests?plckFindPostKey=Cat:Local%20Wedding%20BoardsForum:59Discussion:fe2c4ca0-3c3e-443b-8afc-d66248679dffPost:544b7763-ee7e-45a4-abf1-c1bbcd521ed6">Post Wedding Brunch for OOT guests?</a>:
    [QUOTE]How bad is it to not offer a post wedding brunch for the OOT guests? We're inviting 123 people, 85 of which are from out of town. Instead of a traditional "rehersal dinner" we're doing a big welcome reception the night before for all of the out of towners AND we're leaving early the next morning for our honeymoon. Is it tacky or really inappropriate not to have one?
    Posted by ssprice[/QUOTE]<div>
    </div><div>That is definitely totally fine. Brunches are a nice touch but ny no means required and I honestly can't imagine a single guest missing it. :) 

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  • i think it's nice! rehersal dinners can be so stuffy, IMHO, but brunches can be laid back and nice :)
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  • Sounds like you've got the out-of-town folks covered in the night-before festivities.  Go enjoy your honeymoon!
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