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Going to a wedding, Sunday and a ???

Posted by glenda_al (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 12, 12 at 22:02

It's a small intimate wedding, in a historical home, probably less than 20 invited, including me.

It's at 2.

Haven't been to a wedding in years, so my question is:
What time do you arrive for a wedding at 2 pm?

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RE: Going to a wedding, Sunday and a ???

Maybe before 2:00 glender?

RE: Going to a wedding, Sunday and a ???

Anyone coming that you know? If I know, there are peeps I like to visit with, I go about 30 minutes early. Otherwise, 10 to 15 minutes prior.


RE: Going to a wedvvding, Sunday and a ???

lol, OAH, I certainly don't want to walk down the isle with the bride.

RE: Gobbbing to a wedding, Sunday and a ???

moni, I'm going with a friend.

RE: Going to a wedding, Sunday and a ???

I'd get there about 20 mintues ahead of time. If it was a large wedding, I'd go 30 minutes ahead of time.

RE: Going to a wedding, Sunday and a ???

Half an hour before the ceremony. Gives you time to get a good seat. Sunday I'm going to a wake for a good friend from work.Haven't seen him in 7 years.

RE: Going to a wedding, Sunday and a ???

I agree with Jannie on the time. If you arrive at the church at 1:30, you will have time to visit with other people you may know before going into the home. It sounds like you are in for a wonderful afternoon. Have fun!!

RE: Going to a wedding, Sunday and a ???

Well, out of habit I wrote "church". Sorry, I meant the home.

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