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Should You Have a Newlywed Brunch?

  • 2 min read

You've said "I do," and the wedding day festivities have come to an end. Maybe you're the couple that isn't quite ready to say farewell to the wedding day events – or maybe spending a little extra time with your guests is on the top of your list.

A newlywed brunch is a time set aside for you and your guests to recap the joys of the wedding day. It gives you (and them) one last time to celebrate in a more intimate, and personal setting.

Should You Consider Having A Newlywed Brunch? 

The short answer – it's totally up to you and your new spouse! If you're planning on waiting a day or two to leave for your honeymoon, a newlywed brunch might be the perfect option!

A newlywed brunch isn't mandatory – it's just a time for you to get together with your guests before they all head home.

Ways to Know a Newlywed Brunch is Right for You:

  • You're afraid you might not have enough time during the wedding to talk and thank your guests for attending.
  • You'd like to have a small gathering of close family and friends to celebrate and thank those closest to you.
  • You want to thank out-of-town guests for traveling so far.
  • Breakfast is included in the hotel where most of your guests are staying.
  • You'd like to recap the wedding day events with those closest to you and your spouse.

If You Opt into Having a Newlywed Brunch, Make Sure You:

  • Delegate others to help plan and throw the brunch – you don't want this to be another stressor after the wedding day!
  • Choose the correct time for the brunch – Don't plan for early in the morning if your wedding lasted into the wee hours of the night.
  • Limit your guest list – don't feel like you have to invite your entire guest list. Just invite those closest to you or out-of-town guests.
  • RELAX! You're married and this is a time of celebration!