Ahem, never fear, this is staying family friendly!
We spent our wedding night at the place where we had our first date (romantic fools!) but then I had to get my laptop out and write a blog post and go through pictures to put in it and on social media (priorities!) Luckily I have a very understanding husband!
I asked my fellow bloggers if they spent their wedding nights in an unconventional way, and here is what they told me:
The B&B we booked were meant to leave us the key under a pot as they weren’t going to be in. We spent a while looking under a lot of flower pots and anything that could hide a key. Meanwhile their mobile was going to voicemail. We decided to abandon ship and go back to the in-laws who had a few people back round to theirs after the wedding. It was awkward to say the least!
We got married abroad with just a few close friends. After our evening meal we went swimming, just the two of us. My friends thought we were mad, but I couldn’t wait to take all the pins out of my hair, get out of my dress and just spend time together just us. It was perfect!
My entire evening reception was spent upstairs in the hotel room as my 18 month old son refused to be held or put to sleep by anyone else, I finally managed to swap with my parents and see our guests from midnight until 1am when the party finished to find both he and my 3 year old daughter had taken over the large honeymoon bed, so my first night of being Mrs Morrison was spent with two kids in the bed! Nothing much has changed over the last 17 years!!!
Not exactly my wedding night but I did herd sheep from one field to another (in my wedding dress) in between my wedding reception and the evening party because my husband’s family are farmers and it had to be done!!!