Saturday, February 06, 2010

Open-Formal Wedding/Rehearsal Dinner

I want the parents of the bride and groom and the bride and groom to be formal for the reception, but have it a traditional Mormon open house reception. I have lived many different places, so this might end up being a lot of people, especially if it’s an open house. So I’m not going to even try and figure out guest numbers. I will have a reception in Nauvoo, and MAYBE Utah. Only immediate family and maybe very very close friends will attend the rehearsal dinner. I actually had to spend a long time looking up the difference between formal, ultra-formal, and semi-formal weddings. Mormons are so out of the loop lol

And I don't know what to do about the rehearsal dinner because good restaurants around N-Town are scarce. I suppose I could always go to Fiesta Jalisco haha NO. Hotel N maybe? Idk. I'm confused. Hopefully some nice gourmet restaurant goes up in the next 4 years. They would be my immediate friend. But if it's close family and friends it shouldn't be a big deal, right? (More about the people than the setting). Gah I'm just glad I'm not doing this for reals or I might actually be pulling out my hair. Where does all the money for weddings come from?


Amber said...

Lol oh man! where does all that money come from?! I agree with you I plan to have an open-house reception so anyone can come. There is nooooooo way I will be limiting the number... i don't even know where to begin! haha.
THIS IS SO HARD TO PLAN!! but it's fun! =]

My name is Lexi said...

i'm just scared for getting a barbie smile stuck on my face for all the people coming through the line and talking to the people who are there for the groom and being like thanks fo coming stranger!

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