Another Sweetie Table Q!

Discussion in 'Venue, Ceremony and Reception' started by MrsT2b!!, Jul 9, 2010.

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    MrsT2b!!

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    Hi everyone.

    I no there is already a Sweetie Table post but wanted to ask a different question about them.

    Where and when are you having your table?
    We were thinking of having it next to the buffet in the evening. Anyone else not sure or have ideas about where it could go?

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    Helen

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    :D I went to one wedding where they had the sweetie table on the same table as the cake, then people had things from it with the eve buffet.

    Went to another wedding (seem to have been to lots lately lol) and they had sweet jars on the tables.

    Two different takes on it :D
     
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    Ours in going to replace the cake when it is taken away to be cut. The table will be set up in a huge bay window at one end of the room, with views over the grounds.
    Timing wise, it should be about 6pm, in the lull between the wedding breakfast and the evening reception.
    Our evening buffet isn't until 8.30, so it should keep a few tummies quiet.
     
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    Everyone has to leave the room for it to be set up for the evening so our sweetie table will be set up then so its all looking pretty when everyone (and the evening guests) go back into the room :D
     
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