Post # 1
I will have my wedding ceremony and a small “cake and punch” reception at the same place, a church. We will not be serving alcohol at the reception. Later that night we will be going to a club for “drinking and dancing” to celebrate. How would you word this on the invitation, and also how would you word it so the guests know they will be paying for their own drinks?
Post # 3
We are doing something very similar but we are paying for their drinks. We’re wording it, “The celebration continues with hor’s d’eourves and dancing at XYZ …” We are having a booklet style invitation so for us, it is on its own page, but I would recommend a separate insert/card in your invites than printing it directly on your invitation. Maybe down in the corner say “Cash bar available”? Some may find this tacky but it is an after party so it is less formal, and I thin kit is good to let your guests know.
Post # 4
Attached is the template for our after-party card. We also wanted to let them know that it’s a cashbar (and literally, because the place doesn’t accept credit cards). The back of the card will be a map to the bar.
We will place the cards beside the wedding favors so they guests will be able to grab one as they are heading out. We will also instruct our DJ to let the guests know that we have an after-party and where they could get the info about it.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
Post # 5
Sorry, for some reason I can’t upload it. I’ll just copy-paste the template
MRQTHONEY AND MSQTHONEY’S STORY STARTED WHEN THEY MET IN A BAR CALLED TIKI TI’S. FOUR YEARS OF HIGHS AND LOWS AND THEY ARE FINALLY HITCHED!!!
JOIN THEN NEWLYWEDS AS THEY CONTINUE THE CELEBRATION AT THE PLACE WHERE IT ALL BEGAN.
DOOR OPENS AT NINE PM
BAR ONLY ACCEPTS CASH/CASUAL ATTIRE
Post # 6
Awesome! That helps, thank you! I didnt want it to sound cheap or that we’re going to get drunk, just that we want to spend a little time with our friends, since his family is a little more conservative than mine. I was thinking of paying for the cover charge for everyone.