|so sad (source)|
When we started our venue search, we knew Congress Hall was out of the budget but we (and by we, I mean me) R.E.A.L.L.Y. wanted to get married there. The venue fit in our budget if we got married on a Friday or a Sunday so we compromised by picking a Sunday. It is a holiday weekend so we hoped that most people would have Monday off but we knew there was a possibility that not everyone would.
We booked our venue so long ago and I don't think fully processed how a Sunday wedding would effect our guest availability. I was just drunk on Congress Hall love. I know our families wouldn't miss the wedding for the world but we didn't make it easy on anyone. Now that the invitations are about to go out I am slightly regretting the decision to have the wedding on a Sunday. I love our wedding and venue almost as much as Mr. LP but that doesn't stop me from having pangs of guilt that we picked a date which was suited us and not necessarily our guests.
It was almost as though we decided to 'cross that bridge when we came to it' about the Sunday night wedding. Well we are at the bridge now and I feel guilty looking back at our guests.
Please tell me someone else has made a decision about the wedding that was totally about what you wanted and may be inconvenient for your guests?!?