alcohol or none

United States
December 2, 2006 10:38pm CST
I dont want alcohol at my wedding. My fiance agreed to this as long as we could at least have champagne for the toast. I still think he wants alcohol. I am terrified that people will end up drunk at my wedding. not like trashed but just crazy. he says he'll make sure they dont but he would drink too. I want everything to be perfect and i think that would just ruin it.I appreciate him being so understanding. he knows how i feel about drinking so hes trying to make things perfect for me but i dont want him to think im being unreasonable. I'll only be 20 when he get married he'll be almost 22. am I being unreasonable by asking to not have alcohol, especially if he says hes okay with it? how do i know he really is?
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11 responses
@lucy02 (5017)
• United States
3 Dec 06
If you've made it clear to him how serious you are about this he would be jerk not to respect your wishes. You're not being unreasonable. This is a very special day and you don't want a bunch of drunks ruining it. I'm sure he'll abide by your wishes.
• United States
3 Dec 06
Oh I made it very clear lol. thats exactly how I feel its supposed to be a special day I dont need drunk family around ya know im going to be celebrating spending the rest of my life with him and id like that sober
@tamra2 (259)
• United States
4 Dec 06
Granted, it is your wedding and you should be able to do as you wish. But, it is his wedding also. Do you have mutual friends? Some of who drink and perhaps some that do not? Maybe you could consider having a "limited" bar? This is what is always done at my company Christmas party. They have a bar available, but only for tickets. Each guest gets 2-3 tickets upon entrance. Each ticket can be redeemed for 1 drink. There is very little chance of anyone getting "stupid" drunk on 2-3 drinks.
• United States
4 Dec 06
of course I know it is his wedding too thats why i asked him what he thought and we talked about it. Thats when we came to the conclusion to just have it for toasts. That was his suggestion by the way.
@krizz420 (4389)
• Canada
3 Dec 06
not on resonable but you better believe he will probably get right out of it if he has a bachelor party
• United States
3 Dec 06
get right out of what? he doesnt want a bachelor party and i dont want a bachelorette party
@gurjit_d (793)
• United States
4 Dec 06
ya it has to be
@linns31 (213)
• United States
4 Dec 06
We gave coupons for drinks at our wedding. We sent each person four coupons for drinks because we didn't want anybody driving home after the reception drunk. You can either print them your self or have them made at a local print shop. It was my of compromising with my husband.
• India
4 Dec 06
i hate Alchohol products.
• United States
3 Dec 06
if you don't want any then don't have any it is your wedding. if he loves you then it will not be a big deal
@ipanks (892)
• Indonesia
3 Dec 06
he would asking you
@vikkyhyd (75)
• India
3 Dec 06
i love alchohol drinks...i am a great fan of scotch whisky..
@sindra (1119)
• Indonesia
3 Dec 06
nonne
@iluvujoy (311)
• Philippines
3 Dec 06
none ....