= Invitation wording for drop-in post-wedding brunch =

We're including a card with our invitations that invites people to our post-wedding brunch, and I'm trying to figure out how to word it so everyone knows they can drop in and leave whenever they want

I originally wrote the following, but I'm using the word "join" twice, and I can't think of another way to say it:
Join the newlyweds for a post-wedding brunch
Sunday, June 30
Hotel XYZ
Join us anytime between 10:00am and 1:00pm
Can I just say the brunch is from 10:00am until 1:00pm (without saying "join us anytime and people will just know that they don't have to be there the entire time? I
*think* the answer is yes, but sometimes I doubt people's common sense..

You could just remove "join us" and leave it at "anytime between 10am and 1pm" too! I think if you did it the way you mentioned and took out "join us anytime" that would also work

If you want to change the first part, you could say something like "celebrate with the newlyweds at a post-wedding brunch" and then leave the last line with "join us" too as another option!
Our invitations just said something like "If your plans allow, join us for a brunch at [address] between nine AM and noon." Then our website, we elaborated a bit more and said something more explicit like "The newlyweds are hosting a brunch on Monday morning. They would love to see you before leaving town whether you can stop by for fifteen minutes or stay for three hours!"
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