Post # 1
I know. I know. Another question about alcohol. BUT I really need help deciding. I orginally I was just going to serve beer and wine(along with the non alcoholic beverages). Then a few people complained because I wasn’t going to have liquior and ever since I’ve been questioning what to serve. I know I can not afford a full bar. Having to buy many types of alcohol is just not in the budget. Then my friend gave me a recipe for an alcoholic punch and I really enjoyed it. So I was thinking about serving Beer/Wine and the punch for the people who need to have hard liquior. (Which i prefer also.) Now I’m debating on dropping the wine. Should I do that or is that just silly?
Post # 3
@RubyLeprechaun: It depends on the taste of the punch, whether or not the hard liquor drinkers will like it.Most punches are very fruity and sweet and that doesn’t work for most people who prefer rye, , vodka, scotch etc.
Have what you can afford. If you want to serve wine and beer, serve wine and beer- It is more than adequate. No one is going to die because they didn’t get hard liquor one evening.
Post # 4
Punch just doesn’t scream “wedding” to me. Beer and wine is truly fine, seriously. You could also offer one or two signature cocktails. You can jazz these up bu I would do a variation of:
1. Vodka Soda (maybe jazz it up with different garnishes? lemon would be good, so could cherry)
2. Tequila Sunrise (you could always change the fruit mixer)
Post # 5
What if I call it my signature drink? Would that make it more wedding?
Post # 6
@RubyLeprechaun: yea if u make it classy like a “signature drink” than it would be great. Will it be homemade? I wouldn’t drop the wine tho