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    Default Reception/After reception idea?

    So I don't really drink. It's not something I'm big into. My DP and I are currently discussing the wedding. We're trying to do it on a 10K budget. My idea was that we have a morning wedding followed by a lunch reception, then the wedding party/random people can come out to a pub or something for drinks afterwards on their own dime.

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    I've definitely heard of it before, so why the h3ll not?

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    I think that sound pretty good. I once went to a wedding which was an afternoon tea, complete with scones, with no alcohol provided but you could buy drinks at the bar. It was nice and still quite festive.

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    I think that's a great idea!

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    Thats a great idea. Thats what i wouldve liked to have done but i was swayed by the "i only have one son speech" :P haha.... im getting married in January.... so morning would have been great!


 

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