What is a bridal party dinner?

What is a bridal party dinner?

Practice makes perfect, which is why a rehearsal dinner is a must-do on your wedding list of “To-Do's.” The rehearsal dinner is an intimate opportunity for the bride, groom, wedding party and family members to meet and mingle, before the wedding day blur begins.

What do you feed the bridal party before the wedding?

What to Eat When You're Getting Ready for the Wedding

  • Eggs and Toast. Start the morning with breakfast. ...
  • Fruit Salad. For the nervous bride or groom, simple is best. ...
  • Yogurt and Muesli. ...
  • Fruit and Nut Bars. ...
  • Air-Popped Popcorn. ...
  • Olives. ...
  • Salted Nuts. ...
  • Chia Pudding Parfait.

Who gets invited to wedding rehearsal dinner?

Your immediate families, the bridal party (including the parents of the flower girl and ring bearer, even if they're not in the wedding), any ceremony readers, and your officiant (plus his or her spouse, if married) should always be invited to the rehearsal dinner.

What's the point of a rehearsal dinner?

The purpose of the rehearsal dinner is for the relatives and friends of the bride and groom to meet and have a good time. The couple generally takes this opportunity to thank everyone who has helped with the wedding preparations.

What toasts are given at the rehearsal dinner?

Sample Rehearsal Dinner Toast From the Father of the Groom or Bride. The father of the groom or bride can give a toast on behalf of the entire family. To all of you, from all of us - my wife, son/daughter, and my entire family, I say thanks for making my son/daughter's dreams come true.