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    • DanielleS0709
      CommentAuthorDanielleS0709
      Got married 4 years ago
      Posted: Feb 6th 2015
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    Hi everyone this is just a post out of curiosity. I'm in n.ireland and the tradition here is a full wedding breakfast but I've heard of people in other parts of the uk having afternoon tea, buffets etc. what is everyone having? For ours we will be having vegetable soup followed by chicken & ham vol u vent. Then a choice of Turkey & ham or roast beef with all the trimmings. Then a choice of hot chocolate pudding with ice cream or trifle with tea or coffee. For our evening buffet we are having sausage baps, bacon baps and chips and tea or coffee and wedding cake. I don't think anyone will go hungry!! Lol

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    • GemmaS8204
      CommentAuthorGemmaS8204
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    Hi Danielle, we're having a choice of 3 starters, mains and deserts in the day so people can choose on the day then hog roast for evening buffet... I think dependant on theme or if you're not a 3 course meal person something else would be better for you but I like a good 3 course meal haha xx
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    • DanielleS0709
      CommentAuthorDanielleS0709
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    Hi Gemma I love the sound of the hog roast!! Great idea. Yes I do like a sit down meal too but it's so expensive. I love the idea of people having afternoon tea etc it sounds great. But then I'm
    Assuming their day would start later? My service is at 1pm and I'd prefer it earlier to get as long out if the day as possible as I'm
    Sure it will just fly by!!x

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    • Whovianbride
      CommentAuthorWhovianbride
      Got married 5 years ago
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    Were are having a sit down meal add don't fancy idea of people walking around with plates, or guests are having a choice of 3 starters, and 4 mains. And cake for desert.

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    • AprilS61
      CommentAuthorAprilS61
      Got married 5 years ago
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    We have a 3 course meal and a buffet for the reception with cake cut then also. We didn't get a choice of dishes so its the same for everyone and it hasn't been a problem for us, nobody's complained.

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    • Glitterfairy
      CommentAuthorGlitterfairy
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: Feb 7th 2015
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    We had a three course breakfast but the main was a 'posh' Buffett,

    I think today, it's not more about tradition, but more what the couple want.

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    • Flossie
      CommentAuthorFlossie
      Got married 4 years ago
      Posted: Feb 7th 2015
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    We are having a sit down three course wedding breakfast and then a buffet in the evening.

    I think the menus are likely to change by the time our wedding comes around as our venue is heavily improving their cooking at the moment and are looking for a rosette chef etc etc... But we had decided on risotto, a chicken dish and then a trio of deserts as we thought that would be the safest option to suit everyone. Not looking into it too much at the mo though as I think the menu will definitely change.

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    • EmmaG
      CommentAuthorEmmaG
      Got married 5 years ago
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    We having canapes at 1pm, 2pm Sit down High Tea - sandwiches, scones, cakes with pink cava with speeches e.t.c , then we having a hog roast starting from 6.30pm, with the non day guests coming from 5pm so they can do some of the afternoon games and have a drink before the hog roast is ready . we having loads of potato salads and couscous too with it e.t.c. :)

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    • KirstyR386
      CommentAuthorKirstyR386
      Got married 4 years ago
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    We're having a 3 course meal with a choice of 2 dishes for each course so everyone will be picking what they want from our chosen menu when they reply to the invites. A friend is having afternoon tea at her wedding although we are just going to the evening so not totally sure how it will work but who doesnt love a good scone with jam and cream! I've also heard of people doing fish and chip vans. X
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    • VickiD69
      CommentAuthorVickiD69
      Got married 5 years ago
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    We're having a sit down 3 course meal.

    Choice of either leek and potato soup or Trio of melon

    Roast beef, or goats cheese tartlet for vegetarians (they chose)

    And Trio of mini desserts, chocolate Brownie, citrus cheesecake and strawberry pavlova
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    • GemmaS8204
      CommentAuthorGemmaS8204
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    3 course meals can be so expensive I look at quite a few places and our was the cheapest but with just as nice and quality food, with a choice so really for me if was a no brainer I think EmmaG 's idea is good having canapés, afternoon tea then buffet earlier and it's still early in the day. I think it's all personal choice but I do like how you can have so many different choices now a days x
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    • AmyM8
      CommentAuthorAmyM8
      Got married 5 years ago
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    We're having a 3 course sit down meal.

    Choice of chicken liver terrine or smoked salmon for starters.

    Chicken and asparagus or pork and apple for mains.

    And a Chou pastry swan in a chocolate 'loch' for afters.

    Tea and coffee served with tablet too.

    We've got an evening buffet too but as we're not having any additional guests in the evening it's just sandwiches and sausage rolls.
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    • DanielleMystic
      CommentAuthorDanielleMystic
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    i love the idea of a sit down meal but for the evening I'd love a hog roast and stations for hotdogs, doughnuts, candy floss ^_^ we might be having a sort of fairground theme so think it'd work fab and we're already doing a sweet buffet x

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    • Elinor Claire
      CommentAuthorElinor Claire
      Got married 6 years ago
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    We had a full wedding breakfast for full-day guests. Starter was a goat's cheese and onion tartlet, main course was duck, and the pudding was a chocolate marquiss. We also had unlimited red and white wine, and tea or coffee with small welsh cakes. For the evening do we had a buffet.

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    • sALLY
      CommentAuthorsALLY
      Posted: Feb 7th 2015
     
    We will be having a chicken dinner followed by cup cakes then in the evening bacon butties n hash browns followed by cake and sweets in the tables... My favours are also edible if anyone gets peckish
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    • RebeccaH100
      CommentAuthorRebeccaH100
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    We are doing a passed canapés first:
    Smoked salmon and cream cheese on mini bagels
    Parmesan Risotto Balls
    Seared Wasabi beef with ginger on watermelon cubes
    Smoked Salmon
    Mini Quails Egg Royale- brioche, smoked salmon, quails eggs, and hollandaise

    We are doing a 2 course sit down (the dessert broke our budget unfortunately but we're going to use our cake as the dessert course!)

    Starter:
    Fresh fig, caramelised red onion and goats cheese tartin, petit herbb & leaf salad, balsamic caramel

    Main:
    Corn fed chicken stuffed with chestnut mushrooms, ricotta cheese and roasted garlic, white and wild rice pilaf, asparagus, creamy sage sauce

    Followed by tea, coffee, and chocolate truffles

    Followed by cake (yum!!!)

    For the evening we are doing passed food:
    Bacon butties
    Fish and Chips in paper cones

    We are also going to have a Dessert and Crisps Table:
    Bags of English crisps (for the Americans coming)
    Cake pops
    Biscuits
    Cupcakes


    Phew… Somehow I was worried before we didn't have enough food.. I don't think that is the case!

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    • VictoriaL46
      CommentAuthorVictoriaL46
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    Ceremony is at 3pm

    Afterwards during photographs/cocktail hour we're dishing out the "starter" which is various canapes

    Meal will be a Sunday carvery with all the trimmings

    Dessert will be available during the evening reception as a small sweet buffet with a chocolate fountain and also some savoury options for evenings guests

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    • DanielleS0709
      CommentAuthorDanielleS0709
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    Everything sounds great!! I love the sound of the canapés but budget just won't strech that far!! Usually when we go to a wedding we go get something small to eat after the church before going to the hotel to keep us going until dinner! I had initially thought of just having soup as a starter to keep costs down but our hotel is 5 course or nothing!! Although the it was originally supposed to be choice of starters also and I got them to agree to one starter (vol u vent) to keep costs down a little. Surprisingly for our buffet it was the same price to go with the butties and chips as having sandwiches sausage rolls etc. we are also having a candy cart and will be putting little bags on the place setting saying fill me up at the candy cart so will double up as favours!

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    • DanielleS0709
      CommentAuthorDanielleS0709
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    What is everyone doing drinks wise? We will be giving a class of champagne on arrival, a glass of champagne for the toast and a glass of wine with dinner. Does this sound ok?

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    • DonnaH39
      CommentAuthorDonnaH39
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    We're having the 3 course meal followed by a buffet in the evening.

    Glass of bucks fizz on arrival, wine with dinner and then some sparkling wine for toasts.




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    • DonnaH39
      CommentAuthorDonnaH39
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    We're also having canape's on arrival




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    • VictoriaL46
      CommentAuthorVictoriaL46
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    We're using a local supplier through our venue called Cairn'o'Mohr who will supply a non alcoholic drink during canapes/cocktail hour.

    Then from the same supplier wine/cider and fruit juice on the tables during meal.

    Evening. Guests buy their own.

    We're buying the drinks on a buy and return bases so whatever we don't use will be refunded to us.

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    • Flossie
      CommentAuthorFlossie
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    We are doing arrival drinks.. Buck's Fizz, pimms or orange juice for those who don't want alcohol. We are putting a few bottles of red and white wine on each table and one glass of bubbly each for the toast. Will also put jugs of water on the tables.

    Everyone will be buying their own drinks from then on including the reception, or if they want anything else i.e coke.

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    • MrsEmmaP
      CommentAuthorMrsEmmaP
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    We are getting everybody welcome drinks which will be bucks fizz and orange juice for children and those hat don't want alcohol. Then as we are having an evening only wedding everybody will be buying their own drinks during the night x

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    • RebeccaH100
      CommentAuthorRebeccaH100
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    We are doing cava during canapés, and then white/red on the tables, and cava for toasts. We're going to do an open bar for the evening, but we're limiting to wine, beer, cava, vodka drinks, rum drinks, and our special cocktail which is a mojito. So many people coming from the states, I just felt we couldn't ask them to buy drinks.

    That said, its one of the things we've not paid for yet so we can always change to cash bar if the budget gets too tight come May

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    • InDreamland
      CommentAuthorInDreamland
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      Posted: Feb 8th 2015
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    We had a selection of Chinese style/oriental style canapés with the welcome drinks.

    Course wedding breakfast:
    Lobster bisque for starters, veggie option starter which was some veggie terrine
    Chicken stuffed with mushroom mousse and saffron sauce, veggie option main also offered
    Chocolate mousse dessert for everyone

    My dad and I had a different main though because I wanted pork wellington and my dad preferred it too, we also had a pear frangipane tart for dessert, again just because I preferred it. Brides prerogative lol.

    Evening buffet was hog roast with so many sides, I didn't have any of it because I just couldn't eat much all day. Our wedding cake was also served during the evening buffet.

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    • DanielleS0709
      CommentAuthorDanielleS0709
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    Lovely reading everyone's replies. Seems the majority is having sit down meals and the usual wine etc for dinner. My guests will also be buying their own drinks at night!

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    • SydnieH
      CommentAuthorSydnieH
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    We're having a bbq :) And then for the evening were having a buffet
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    • WelshBrideBethan2015
      CommentAuthorWelshBrideBethan2015
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      Posted: Feb 9th 2015
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    We are having for day guests starters Welsh ham hock rillette with piccalilli, sour dough toast Pea and watercress soup with savoury herb éclairs (v) Smoked trout with cucumber dill salad
    Main meal Roast chicken breast with apricot and watercress stuffing Haddock with Welsh wholegrain mustard lemon and crème fraiche Twice baked Pwll Mawr cheddar cheese soufflé (v)
    Then to finish Belgian waffle with our own bespoke bara brith ice cream Iced nougat and Brecon Honey parfait with seasonal berries
    Chocolate marquise

    In the evening we didn't want a huge buffet as didn't see the point as we are eating late afternoon and guests will most prob be looking for snack stuff so we are doing bacon rolls and hot dogs and maybe some chips lol

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    • Sarah D
      CommentAuthorSarah D
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    Hello all

    Starting with various canapés and prosecco

    Then having a 3 course sit down meal, haven't narrowed down my selection yet, the menu selectors I was given by the venue are great but we get to make 2 choices and a vegetarian choice and there are 6 options on each course, going to be hard to narrow it down!

    Our evening buffet is going to be traditional - Scottish Stovies and Oatcakes and wedding cake!

    Once we narrow it down we will be going to try the whole menu we pick! and I am looking forward to that xx

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    • TammyC11
      CommentAuthorTammyC11
      Posted: Feb 9th 2015
     
    Hi :)

    We have gone for a 3 course meal of:
    Starters: scallops on a bed of cauliflower puree with pancetta or Goats Cheese & Red Pepper Mille Feuille, Balsamic Glaze.

    Main: Individual Beef Wellingtons with green beans and potato gratin or spinach & Butternut Squash Risotto with Rocket and Root Vegetable Crisps.

    Dessert: Hazelnut and Chocolate Feuilletine Cake, Raspberry Cream & Chocolate Soil

    Cant wait ;)
    xxx
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    • Mrs M Wade
      CommentAuthorMrs M Wade
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    I think we are having canapés for guests when they arrive and then a big buffet at night along with the wedding cake. We don't want a sit down meal so just going have nibbles on the table too x

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    • sALLY
      CommentAuthorsALLY
      Posted: Feb 10th 2015
     
    Doing that too Danielles0709 as lot of my family are children or non drinkers so just thought everyone can buy their own drinks, not always do people like wine anyway
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    • Sarah D
      CommentAuthorSarah D
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    We have prosecco to toast the bride and 2 bottles of wine on each table, but then the rest of the night the guests will buy there own drinks. x

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    • beximo86
      CommentAuthorbeximo86
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    We are getting married at 3pm and after a lot of umming and ahhhing we are having a BBQ for the 'day' guests and then a small buffet in the evening.

    People will be offered a bottle of Budwe1ser, a glass of pure orange or a glass of champagne on arrival, and a glass of champers for the toast.
    We are also providing wine on the tables but are currently looking in to corkage costs as our alcohol package was somewhat extortionate!

    Although I enjoy having a nice sit down meal on occasion, we are just not that kind of couple and really want a relaxed day. I hate feeling rushed and stressing so looking forward to a fairly relaxed day (hopefully!!) x
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    • AH86
      CommentAuthorAH86
      Posted: Feb 10th 2015
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    We're having:
    Starter: prawn cocktail or leek and potato soup
    Main: choice of about 6 pies served with mash, mushy pies and gravy
    Dessert: bake well tart or Eton mess
    Cheese board
    Coffee and mints

    Evening we have mini hot dogs, mini burgers and salad with a cheese cake and biscuits and our cake will also be served!

    I can't wait- our menu tasting was amazing!!

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    • DonnaH39
      CommentAuthorDonnaH39
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    If we were going to pay for bottles of wine instead of per glass, how many bottles do you think we'd need for a table of 8?

    Trying to work out what will work out better for us money wise.

    Also do most venues offer a buy back drinks service, as we wouldn't know how many people were drinking what?




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    • DanielleS0709
      CommentAuthorDanielleS0709
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    Ooooh a bbq sounds like a lot of fun!! Beximo86 I love the idea of bottle of bud! We are also going to buy our own wine/champers and pay for corkage as it works out a lot more although the I'd say we will end up with a lot of left over wine. Donna I'm not sure about hotels doing a buy back service. I don't think ours does anyway as the wine they supply is a lot more expensive than the wine we will be buying! Also u usually get 4 glasses of wine from a bottle not very big glasses though so it depends if you want to do one glass or two. I personally think its better to get the waiting staff to pour the wine instead of leaving on tables that way it's fair that everyone gets the same amount but that's just my personal choice. X

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    • thefuture:Mrs_Hurren
      CommentAuthorthefuture:Mrs_Hurren
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    we are having a 3 course meal, we have to narrow it down to one selection for each course(except for vegetarians) as its too expensive to offer guest a choice. ours is:

    Starter: Vegetable soup with herb croutons or
    cheese and onion tart with tomato chutney

    Main: Fillet of salmon with a prawn and chive cream sauce or
    Roast chicken with a bacon and rosemary sauce and stuffing or
    puff pastry parcel filled with cherry tomato, broccoli and mozzarella

    Dessert: Baked lemon cheesecake or
    cream filled profiteroles with a duo of chocolate and toffee sauce.

    we also have a buffet for evening guests
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    • Teresa
      CommentAuthorTeresa
      Got married 5 years ago
      Posted: Feb 11th 2015
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    Hi all,

    We are have in. A 3 course meal

    Starters choice of :- melon or prawn cocktail
    Main choice of:- roast beef/ chicken with mozzarella and Parma ham and a veggie option of stuffed red pepper with lemon cous cous
    Children can have chicken nuggets and chips if they wish
    Dessert choice of:- lemon and lime posset/ chocolate brownie with chocolate sauce and mint chocolate chip ice cream/ or just ice cream.

    We are having a buffet in the evening and having our wedding cake served with it, our wedding cake is going to consist of 5 different flavours:- fruit cake, Victoria sponge,chocolate cake( maybe chocolate fudge) white chocolate and raspberry and a citrus sponge maybe lemon.
    I'm making the wedding cake so I'm being outrageous and having 5 tiers :)


    For the drinks we are having arrival drinks of wine/ fresh orange juice
    Bottles on the table of red/ rose/ white for during the meal
    And. A toast drink of sparkling wine.

    We are also having a sweet buffet but not sure when to open that, it will deffo be after the. Meal though, so the children don't ruin their appetite.
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    • DanielleS0709
      CommentAuthorDanielleS0709
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    Oh yum I'm getting hungry it all sounds lovely. Teresa you should do what I'm doing with regards to the candy cart. I'm leaving little bags in each place setting saying fill me up at the candy cart so it doubles up as favours! We will be having ours after dinner so everyone can go get their sweeties whilst waiting for band to set up. However my sister got married a few years ago and had her candy cart on arrival which was nice also as it can be a long wait until dinner

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    • Teresa
      CommentAuthorTeresa
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    That's a really good idea, if only I had thought about this before, I have just designed and as we speak are getting the favour boxes printed, mind you it's mainly to make the table look pretty than to want to give favours lol!

    Think I may do it as the evening guests arrive as it means they can have some too! Of decisions decisions, it's crazy everything has to be thought out to the most tiniest detail doesn't it.
 
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