What time is everyone getting married? We have booked ours for 11.30 and people say thats too early.
We booked for 12 so we could make the most of the day x
Waaay too early. With hair, makeup, getting dressed for me, mum and bridesmaids plus time for getting ready photos, we were only just ready to leave by 12 and getting the bridesmaids into their dresses was a bit of a rush. I had a 1pm ceremony and it was perfect. Also with 11.30 you'll have a lot of hanging around time before the wedding breakfast x
We got married at 2pm, you get married when you like it's your wedding
Getting married at 1.30pm (venue said it was the best time for them)
Its your day so don't worry about what other people think. I'm getting married at 2pm but my friends is at 11am
It is a bit earlier but it's your day!
Our ceremony was at 2pm, we started Hair and Make Up at 10.00 and I was literally just ready at 1.59pm lol xx
Mines at 3pm . Imagine how early you will have to be up eek i couldn't do it
It's not to early! We are getting married at 12, so we have the whole day to spend with our loved ones. Just remember it's your day. Xx
We're getting married at 1.30 x
1pm we are getting married just gives a bit of time in the morning to do things like hair make up etc and maybe even take 5mims peace to myself 😂
mine was a 2pm ceremony
We are getting married at 2pm it's your day so you get married at what time you want too xx
I'd go for a later time. Gives you more time to get ready in the morning and makes the day that but shorter for everyone. We got married at 2:40 because I was 40 minutes late but it was good timing. No waiting about for ages between the ceremony, meal, band etc
I know someone who got married at 11.00. It's your decision, you know your own mind so just listen to your own instinct
I got married at 2, but each to their own there is no right or wrong time and people seem to forget - ITS YOUR CHOICE!!! Your wedding is not to please other people it's to show your love for your husband. Xx
We aren't getting married until 3.30 so we can have a chilled out morning and no stress when getting ready! Also the guests will be won't be hanging around all day (getting too drunk too early, knowing our lot!!) But everyone is different, it's your day, do it your way!!
I had a 12:00 pm service and you know what it was fine. You'll make it work xxx
We are getting married at 12, we have the day spaced out so not big gaps it also gives those with dogs ect a chance to pop home before the eve if they wish x
Mine was 2.30pm which was perfect for us. We were up at 7am to start getting ready, although I didn't meet my bridesmaids until 11. You will need to get up about 5am for an 11.30 wedding, if you're happy to do that then it's not too early!! X
I got married at 11:30 on Xmas eve, it was fine. Got up at 6am, make up done by 8:30 (did my own), hair at local hairdressers at 8:45am (finished at 10), dress on, car arrived at 10:45. We went to the pub after to fill some time :) was perfect, and had three adorable little girls ask me if i were a real life princess (i sure felt like it, so played along and posed for photos, haha!) xx
I couldn't cope with being up that early and trying to get everything done for that time! Our wedding is booked for 4 pm but it's your day so have it your way!! Xx
And there was myself hair. Makeup and 5 adult bridesmaid my flower girl and mother all to get ready lol xxx
Toooo early mines is at 2 you need 45 each for hair and make up per person plus dressing bride etc plus guests need time to get ready and get to venue and if they have kids they need longer especially if the kids are attending the wedding
I got married a 2.30pm and I wish I had got married at 11 instead my day was such a rush I didn't get to enjoy myself.. (we were just sat around waiting all morning) I would rather get up at 5am to get ready than rush the whole day! You have the perfect time! Xx
It's your day. You decide what's best for you xxx
We're getting married at 11.30 our venue recommended early so we're not rushing through the meal and speeches etc
Go with whatever time suits you, we are getting married at 12, wedding breakfast at 2:30, I think it works better for your guests esp if they have to travel a distance to the venue in terms of not waiting to long to eat etc as otherwise they will be travelling at lunchtime. Also in terms of getting ready depends on size of wedding party and are you getting ready at the venue etc, which I am. And you your wedding day is hopefully only once so you'll want to enjoy it as long as possible!
Ours was 430 and probably the only regret wd have I so wish I'd made a day of it x
It's really up to you... My ceremony was even earlier and it was absolutely fine, I only had two bridesmaids and myself to get ready though. If you don't mind the early start, then go for it!
I woke up at 8am went for breakfast, hair and make up for 5 people, all getting dressed we were ready about 1.30. Ceremony was at 2pm.
Mines is at 11.30 and I got people telling me its too early but its my day so I will make it all work I hate waiting for things so 11.30 is perfect time for us and we get rest of the whole day spending time with family & friend rather than just Half a day take no notice of everyone it's your day you'll make it work x
12 0'clock for us, it will be a long day tho as make-up lady and hair dresser are coming at 7 am then everything goes on til midnight :) x
We have booked for 1 pm x
I'm getting married at 11.30 as didn't want to feel rushed through the day plus I figured I would be awake early with excitement so getting early doesn't bother me 😊. It's your day though so just do what is best for you x
We got married at 4pm, went straight into drinks, then dinner, photos and the Eve party. No waiting around for hours between things. It was great
We're getting married at 12. Will be a very early start but will be able to make the most of the day. My Brother in law got married at 11:30 and it was fine, the day was very relaxed because there was no need to rush speeches, meal etc x
I had mine at 11.30 and it was perfect. We went to the church hall after for mince pies and drinks for an hour then it was a 45 minute drive to venue where we had champagne and nibbles then our sit down meal about 3.30 the day just flew and there was no hanging about
Mines at 4.30
We are having a 2pm ceremony x
Ours is midday. Tomorrow. Eek! Hair and make up for 4 of us is starting at 8.30am if you can get all your girls together and have hair and makeup people (if applicable) come to you then it will be much easier x
We are getting married at 1.30pm
I got married at 1045! Was the only time they had! Worked out really well we were home with out 2 boys and they were in bed by 8pm
We're getting married at 12:30. It's your day so don't worry about what others think x
I'm getting married in 2 weeks at 3:00pm
Do it! We got married at 1:30 and the only thing either of us would change is that we would start the day earlier if we did it again!
Mines at 2pm xx
I didnt want a fancy mid day dinner to pay for so we had a late ceremony st 5pm
We got married at 1130 hahahahahaha well it was booked for 1130 but I got stuck in traffic so ended up being 1230 after photos x
If you want it early then have it early! We opted for 1pm as a compromise with my partner as I wanted 12 and he wanted 2 lol. I'm getting married on a Sunday so I'm aware people aren't going to stay all night so I wanted to make as much of the day as possible. For me I just think we are spending so much money I would begrudge the day not starting till late afternoon-it would feel like a really long wait in the morning! That's just how I feel and I think as long as you and your partner are happy then go for it!
2pm. I'm a boring person and although everyone says the day will fly, I know by 11pm I'll be getting tired and wanting to go to bed of the day started any earlier I'd be leaving about 9pm lol
12 noon the first available time at my church x
I got married at 12pm it's a better as you get a longer day being a bride
We getting married 12.30 it's your day love enjoy every minute xx
Whatever time works best for you! We opted for later so our all day guests were not hanging around too long, in between ceremony, wedding breakfast and evening reception. But at the end of the day it's your wedding, I say getting married any time of the day is fab!
We are getting married at 3.00pm x
We are getting married at 1 pm. As I dont want a rushed morning and im just thinking about my kids as iv got 2 under the age of 3 so they can have a nap and food before hand so I have happy little monsters but thats us. X
Definitely too early- I'm getting married at 1pm and only me, my chiefy and Mum are getting hair/makeup which starts at 7!!!
We got married at 1 if I could would of got married at 12 xx
We got married at 2pm, I think if it had been any earlier I would have been very late! Plus by 9pm I was sooo tired so don't think I could have done any longer
We got married at 1pm. Started getting ready at 9. I was ready at 12.30. Hair took an hour and a bit, make up took an hour, leisurely getting in to my dress etc and have photos before we left. Little 15 min drive with my dad then go the church. Personally as I didn't want a rushed morning I'd say 11.30 was a bit early but its up to you. xx
12pm ours is & we feel it's a perfect time! We're Not spending thousands for half a day! Lol. Ceremony 12, drinks icecream and photos 12.45 ish-2 ish. Have a magician in between ceremony and wedding breakfast too plus bouncy castle etc.
Wedding breakfast is at 3.
Speeches 5pm. Evening guests arrive 7.30 ️ Xx
Ours is 12...the earliest the venue would do. Weddings in November so it's going to be pitch black by 5 so wanted some daylight for the ceremony. Going to be up early anyway, might as well get going rather than waiting around.
I'm getting married at 1pm xx
We are getting married at 1pm, that's what we had thought and it was ideal time for venue too x
we're getting married at 1pm x
We are getting married at 1pm. I dont think 11:30 is too early provided you are prepared to get up early to get ready. It will mean you have all day to celebrate x
We're getting married at 2p.m..means There won't be a big gap between day guests and evening.
Ours is at 1pm, Plenty of time for me to get ready without rushing x
We got married at 12 and it was worried about it being a bit early but wouldn't have had it any other way. We got up about 6 to get ready without rushing so was a bit of an early start but everything else went to plan and we had plenty of time throughout the day to enjoy with family and friends. You want to make the most of it because it still went really quick! Don't listen to others, do what you feel is best
We are planning on getting married at 2pm. I think 11:30 is way too early, all that prep to do and time to get there! I'd definitely be late. We are going to one at 12 this month and as a guest that's a struggle because of the travel
We got married at 12noon. The timings were perfect. No hanging round at all and I got the most time out of my day. Only planning on doing it once, so wanted to make the most of it I'd say 11.30am is fine xxx
We are 11am xxxx
I got married at 14.00 and if I was to get married again I would get married earlier the day goes so quick. If you think you can get ready in that time then do it and enjoy every minute
We're getting married at 12.30. Any later and the meal wouldn't be until quite late and then there would only be a couple of hours between the meal and the buffet
Our wedding guests will arrive at 11am for a 12pm ceremony and as I have been telling people if you don't want to come, don't. We have enough going on without worrying about those who can't bother getting up earlier x
We get married at 3.30pm but hair and makeup starts at 8.30 for bridesmaid x
We got married at 11.30am. Hair and make-up for myself and my sister started at 7am and we had a really chilled morning. Unfortunately it rained after the ceremony so we were stuck inside for a bit but sat down for speeches a bit before 2pm. The day goes so quickly though!
I got married at 2, had hair and make up at home from half 7 for 3 of us, was law leaving to go to the venue as took longer than expected. So always leave a bit of wiggle room just in case
I got married at 11 am was a lovely day wasn't rushed and time the ceremony and pictures was finished it was time to sit and eat so got to see my hubby throughout the day
I'm getting married at 3pm meal at 5 and reception at 8pm :) ..x
I got married at 11.30am at the church and it was great! Made the most of every second! Loads of people said it was too early b4 hand 2! It was an early start for hair and make up but so what, your awake with excitement anyway! We ate at 3.30pm then at our venue and it all ran perfect! We had an acoustic duo which played at the venue whilst we went and had some photos taken in a local beauty spot and then came to the venue for the family pics x
3pm is ours so everyone will have had lunch
Last Thursday at 12:15 but was just me my husband 3 children and mother and father in law x
Mine booked for 11 am xx
Mines at 3pm as i didn't want to be getting up early and rushing around, but now i worry it's too late and the days going to go by so quick :(
I got married at 5pm, had a lovely chilled morning. Hair and make up from 12.. ceremony at 5, drinks and canapes after had our speeches at 6:30pm first dance at 7:30pm and a massive buffet to follow.. xx
The earlier the better if you ask me mines at midday, it means you get the whole day to celebrate as it will go by so quickly xx
2pm for us 🙈
Hi not too early at all, we are getting married at 12.30 good luck:)
We had ours booked at midday and was told the same and changed it to 1.30 now with all the plans coming together I'm glad I did otherwise I would have been up at 4am to sort everything x
Ours was 4pm (which is late but meant everyone was relaxed and ready)
11am. Otherwise the rest of the day is far too rushed and we want to enjoy it all
10:00 which I guess is a little early but it works for us :)
Ours is at 3pm xx
Mines at 11, we had a choice off 11 or 3.30 so decided to make the most of our day x
Ours was 13.00 xx
I would have got married at 9am if I could! Don't worry, you will have more of the day as to enjoy as husband and wife!! Xx
We got married at Gretna green at 11am was the best thing we did as we got up got ready got married had lunch and then had he rest of the day to enjoy it with our kids and parents then the next day we came home for our wedding reception with friends and family best thing we did was getting married early xx
We had a church wedding and got married at 2pm. We were then at our venue for 3.30pm. So pkebty of tine for photos before speeches etc before the evening reception at 7.30 xXx
We are getting married at 2pm. We are at the hairdressers for 9 am as there is 8 of us to get ready.lol.xx hope you have a wonderful day. Xx
We did 1pm it was great to have the extra time to get ready and be relaxed about things before the wedding but our reception was a good hr away from our ceremony and we fell short on time for photos, map we still got fab photos but had to forego some of our ideas.
Mine is 11am
we got married at half 2 and was at our reception for 4 for afternoon tea x
We are getting married at 2pm - I want time to get ready and sort last minute stuff out in the morning, I have kids who will need to nap in the morning, plus my fiance doesn't do anything in a hurry! 50% of our guests will be travelling from about 90 minutes away too. Plus to be honest when I go to weddings that are much before about 1.30pm there is just too much hanging around and it gets boring. I once went to a wedding at 10.30am with a buffet reception on a hot day and everyone had left by about 4pm.
We had 2.30pm
It's your day, so do what you want but do take in to consideration that you have to get ready, people have to get there, also it depends on what time you want it to finish. If you are looking at a late finish, then chances are people will get very drunk, very early. Mines at 1pm and a few people said even that was a little early but It's what we want, so that's what we are doing :).
We got married at 3pm and it worked out perfectly for us. Had our speeches and wedding breakfast that ran straight through to evening do so there was no real wait between which I liked. I think if it had been earlier, I would have been rushing around in the morning but I was quite relaxed and didn't have to worry about things going over time wise as we had booked a later slot. We also carried on until around 1am with all our guests and if we'd started earlier, I think I would have been too tired to keep my momentum going. That being said, our church offered weddings from 11am and each to their own, if you think you can do it, you'll have more time to enjoy the celebrations. Just make sure you can realistically get everything done in the morning and leave a bit of extra time for any hiccups or things taking a little longer than planned.
Ours is 3:20 and if I could have it later I would
Mine was at 11am last month, nothing was rushed and the day flew by. We were still rocking until 3am
It's up to u it's ur wedding not anyone else's :) do what u like.... cos u can xx
It's your day so it's up to you. Personally that early terrifies me!😄 ours is 2pm
1:45pm 😊😊 good luck.
We are getting married at 1pm and my hair dresser is coming at 7 am because I need to have heated curlers put in. I will be getting up at 6 to have a nice soak in the bath to relax me before anyone else gets up! Xxx
We didn't get married until 2pm and to be honest, should have gone for a slightly earlier time, the day just flies by way too quickly!! I think 11.30 sounds like a good time but it's your day and your choice :-)
That is quite early! Ours is at 3pm so plenty of time to get ready
Also people saying hours to get ready ...I must have done something different cause it took me about half hour lol ....and I had time fof a massage x
Mines at 3.30pm. It is abroad though and they do the weddings later over there due yo the heat...i would love a 11.30 wedding. Just don't have a late night the night before. I'm sure it will be perfect xx
I'm getting married at 12 tomorrow we wanted it earlier so it's a longer party lol c
We had 3pm last year. That was advised by the venue, as it was all in one place. They say this was the best time for it all to flow. If you are having separate venues it makes sense to have extra time for travel between.
We are having 11.30 didn't want to go later as we are getting married in December, so wanted a decent amount of time before it gets dark for photographs at the church and venue. X
It's not too early. Mu friend got married at 11am because her only options we 11am or 5pm. It was a great day and wasn't too long. It's made me book mine for 12pm. You pay enough for the day so it might as well last as long as possible!
That's what time we got married more time with family to celebrate our day
Mine was at 10am! It was perfect as we got the nerve racking stuff out the way with and got to spend the whole day as husband and wife x
i got married at 11 due to times available at the church. it worked really well. yea you are up early. but who sleeps the night before? and you get more day to celebrate
Its your day.. your choice. Just be aware if your in a lace up dress and have hair and make up to get done you will be up VERY early xxxxx
My ceremony is set for 12pm x
We had the perfect day with a wedding at 1130! We stayed all weekend at the venue, so didn't have to worry about getting to the venue and had hair and make up done on site! We planned our wedding for that time so we could eat at regular times, I struggle without regular food!! :) It worked for us, just as long as you are happy with it, it's fine! Xx
We ar getting married at 1:00. Giving me time to get ready and people to travel if not staying the nights that before
Have it when you like. It's your day. I find that I get things done more with a tight deadline. A late wedding would mean I faff around thinking I've got ages and that it would creep on me quickly. Also more time to celebrate being husband and wife with family and friends. If people care about you they'll make it however early it is.