Rehearsal Dinners

Who should you invite to rehearsal dinners?

Rehearsal dinners are typically small, intimate gatherings. In addition to the bride and groom, the parents of the bride and groom, the maid of honor and best man, and close family members are usually in attendance. If you have a large family or want to include extended family members, you may want to consider holding a larger dinner party the night before the wedding instead. As for who pays for the rehearsal dinner, it is typically traditionally paid for by the groom’s parents. However, modern couples often choose to split the cost or pay for it themselves. Regardless of who pays, the rehearsal dinner is a chance to relax and enjoy some time with your closest loved ones before the big day. So make sure to invite those who you truly want to celebrate with.


Decorating for a rehearsal dinner doesn’t have to be complicated. Here are a few bullet points to keep in mind:

– Stick to a simple color scheme. White, black, and silver are always chic.
– Use lots of candles. They create a warm and romantic ambiance.
– Tulle is your friend. Drape it over the tables, chairs, and any other surfaces you want to decorate.
– Balloons are a great way to add a pop of color. Just be sure to stay away from anything too childish or gimmicky.
– Personalize the space with photos of the happy couple. This is their special day, after all!

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