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posted 6 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 3
3175 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Yikes! Who’s lecturing you about it?

No one’s said anything to me, although my fiance mentioned he’d prefer to be bone sober. I’m not planning to get sloshed, but I’m nervous the mimosa or two I have in the morning will make me tipsy since I’ll probably be too nervous to eat!

Post # 5
1550 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

@missashley884:  Darling Husband and I agreed not to get drunk on our wedding day, but that was just between the two of us.

I think it’s kind of fun when the happy couple cuts loose and parties with their guests. My cousin and her Darling Husband stayed at their wedding til 2 am and ordered pizza (wasted)! What a blast!

Post # 6
175 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Just the other day I was warning my Fiance that we have to watch out and make sure we don’t accidentally drink too much at the wedding!

I’m already convinced that it will fly by so fast I’ll probably not be able to remember all of it, definetly don’t want to drink too much and wind up remembering nothing!

Post # 8
3847 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2004

You just need to tell her that she isn’t funny and needs to mind her own business.  That is extremely rude.

Post # 10
1735 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I lectured Fiance about getting drunk at the wedding.  He doesn’t know when enough is enough he will drink until he can no longer stand up. 

Post # 11
2401 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

This isn’t me telling you not to get drunk… but I have a funny drunk bride story!

So, when I met my FI’s friend for the first time, it was at her wedding. And by the reception, she was DRUNK. When she saw my Fiance, she ran up to him and kissed him on the lips. I let it slide since it was her wedding… but later in the night, the bride and us were talking when she saw another bride leave a wedding down the hotel hallway. She picked up her huge ballgown skirt and SPRINTED to the other bride. She jumped on top of her and started hugging her, all while shouting, “You’re so beautiful! I wanted to meet you! And I did! I did! I did!” They had to pull her off this girl who was in tears. It was hysterical and so sad for the other girl… all at the same time.

Post # 13
2693 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2008

Luckily no one has lectured me specifically, but I love hearing “there’s nothing more tacky than a drunk bride!”  I mean, I understand that it’s not appropriate to get blackout hammered and need to get carried out in your wedding dress.  But I’m having scratch-made margaritas as one of the signature cocktails at our reception becasue they are my favorite….soooo there is not WAY I’m not partaking in those!! Fiance and I have made a pact to drink, get nice and buzzed, but not take it too far…if for no other reason than we don’t want to pass out as soon as we get to the hotel room later 😉

Plus…how am I supposed to dance well without drinking tequila??

Post # 14
3569 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I’ve had a talk with my mom AND his mom about him not getting drunk… if they’re so worried about him, bring it up with him.. I’m not his babysitter. He does like to drink & have a good time, but I personally think he’ll be responsible about it.. groomsmen.. I can’t promise anything..

Post # 16
4194 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry

I asked Fiance a week after he proposed if he would be ok with only drinking beer at the reception. Once he starts on Capt & Coke, it’s all downhill from there….  

Luckily, he agreed…I don’t want a recap of the wedding where he ended up getting ice in the hotel in just his boxer shorts. :)-

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