I am worried about that too. I want to invite everyone to everything but I don't want them to feel like I am taking up their whole vacation. I recently went to a wedding in Montana and EVERY min was planned, and I never got to sleep in. I was soooo pissed.
I am going to add a note in my welcome brochure that while everyone is invite to attend all events. No events are manitory, come and go as you please =)
Plus we are doing a Welcome Dinner on Thursday
Wedding On Friday
Brunch On Saturday.
That could take up someones whole weekend. Especally if they have never been to the area before and want to do tours.
Originally Posted by Blue&StarfishBride
Funny enough the traditions for the rehearsal dinner-- is all out of town guests, immediate family and wedding party, well everyone falls into that we will be hold the "rehearsal" prior to dinner and then a fun and bright mexican fiesta!
Originally Posted by JennW818
That's what I originally thought too. I thought it might be rude to have just immediate family and the wedding party. At the same time, I don't want people to feel obligated to adhere to an agenda. Most of my guest are only going 4 nights. I was thinking I would have a welcome cocktail hour on Wednesday, the rehearsal on Thursday and the wedding is on Friday. So now I'm thinking that might be too much to expect everyone to go.