Weddings are expensive, we get it.
But if you don’t even have it in your budget to feed your wedding guests, maybe it’s time to consider other options, like downsizing… or eloping.
The guest asked the public if this was a “weird” set-up, and we can honestly say yes. Yes, it is.
“Going to a wedding in July where there isn’t going to be any food put on in the evening, despite it being a big wedding and an extra 70 evening guests joining the party,” they wrote.
“I thought that was quite bad, but on top of that the wedding breakfast which was billed as an afternoon tea has turned about [sic] to be a buffet at the side of sandwiches, scones and cake. I don’t know whether the tables will be called up one by one to get their food or if there’ll be 100+ people queuing at the same time.”
A “wedding breakfast” is what the British call the meal served just after a wedding ceremony, it’s not necessarily a breakfast.