Kendra
Dedicated November 2019

Rehearsal

Kendra, on November 25, 2019 at 11:16 PM Posted in Parties and Events 0 5
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Hey all!


This may be a dumb question, but can anyone point me to a schedule of the rehearsal. I’m not sure it is supposed to run. Any advice would be helpful!

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  • M
    Expert September 2020
    Marcia ·
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    What we are doing....


    Friday 2pm—me, FH, our parents, our combined kids and my best friend meet to decorate venue.
    6pm—pizza delivered to hotel where we are all staying. Out of town guests invited as well.

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  • Erika
    Devoted April 2021
    Erika ·
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    You can ask your ceremony venue on how they do rehearsals.
    In our case our venue is allowing us 1 hour rehearsal the day before then it will be followed by a small/simple dinner.


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  • Cher Horowitz
    Rockstar December 2019
    Cher Horowitz ·
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    Your rehearsal can be any way you'd like! We're having our rehearsal dinner first (at the venue) and then head to the ceremony site to rehearse!

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  • Katie
    Super November 2019
    Katie ·
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    We got the keys to our venue at 12 the friday before so husband, inlaws, and I did all decorations and set up. Rehearsal started at 6 we did a run through about two maybe three times just so the FG and RB were comfortable walking down the aisle without an adult, and dinner was served at 6:30. In attendance we had wedding party and their spouses, our parents, and out of town guest.
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  • Cherry
    Expert February 2020
    Cherry ·
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    Our officiant charges extra for a formal rehearsal so we will do a small rehearsal a couple weeks before with just FH and me so we can iron out any kinks then. Then we'll pass on what we talked about to everyone else later.


    We're having our rehearsal dinner at my sister's house the night before the wedding. We'll have a super informal taco bar and people can just grab grub for about an hour. Then we'll do a mock run-through to see how the kids in the wedding will do, and to time out the music properly. Then anyone who wants to can help us with decorating, etc.


    I've been to rehearsal dinners where we just ate dinner and didn't rehearse. Everyone does it a little differently I think!

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