The idea of a brunch wedding party is still a sort of new, but generally its classed as a morning celebration, that wraps up by mid-afternoon and is incredibly popular in places like the US where these kind of weddings are getting pretty trendy. This one won’t be for everyone, but a brunch wedding is a good option if you don’t want your day to be too boozy, likewise it’s a more family-friendly idea if you’re inviting lots of kiddies.
There are many photographers who might not find these types of weddings ‘worth their time’. I am NOT one of those people. Not matter how long your wedding day is you deserve to have beautiful pictures to go with it. When you have this style of wedding it can prove to be even more emotional and riotous with laughter and fun with your closets of family and friends.
This is usually the way this style of day goes.
8:30am Begin hair and make-up or grooming prep
10:30am Bridal party photos
11.00am Guests start to arrive
12.15pm Drinks and nibbles (couples go for photos for half an hour)
1:00pm Speeches (while still at the cocktail hour)
1.30pm Seat guests for lunch
2.30pm Cut the cake
3:00pm Farewells (couple might then continue a photo session with the photographer)
So there we have it, the Brunch Wedding, of so simple and elegant. This may be perfect for you if you can’t stand the thought of doing anything grand or big. But remember always, always make sure you have pictures of the day, they will last you a lifetime, they will be your reminder of happy times with friends and family that wont always be with you. Treat them like treasure they are the story of your lifetime and love.
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The images used in this blog were taken at Lyde Court in Herefordshire.