Alcohol at wedding reception?
May 20, 2010 5:39pm CST
Is alcohol at a wedding considered a must? I mean, I don't have anything against drinking, but it just adds another expense to the wedding. I know you can provide the alcohol yourself and then hire a bar tender. Maybe only buying a few wines and champagnes, and some bottles beers, and wine coolers can be an option and people can just get what they want? I don't really know but I would like champagne to be there so there can be a toast and wine, beer, and wine coolers are simple options and we don't have to get into worrying about mixed drinks. Does that seem reasonable? Or even just champagne to toast with and then have extra out for people to have if they want more? Let me know what you think!
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21 May 10
Alchohal can't be the way of any party or function we can have a booze without that too,i can't underdstand why alchohal has become the trend for any party or wedding ceremony.Its not just an extra expense but also an element of risk where the whole ambience can be destroyed just because one of your member gets drunked.Offlate alchohals in any party have become a showoff or a way to add glitters to your status.