(Closed) Alternative-Cocktails—Help Please

posted 10 years ago in Food
Post # 3
1162 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Are you SURE you can’t afford to send them on a wine tour? If I went to a wedding at a vineyard I would LOVE to have a bit of a wine tour.  

If no wine tour, I am also curious to hear what other people say.  How long will you be doing photos for? That would help us think of some ideas knowing how long. 

At a friend of mine’s wedding, she had a one-drink-per-guest cocktail hour where we enjoyed the outdoor scenery while they got photos.  If you wanted more drinks at that time you paid for them. I had a lovely time (although I did wish that there was some kind of warning on the invitation that this part would be cash bar, as I would have brought more money).

Post # 5
1519 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Would a coffee bar be out of your price range? Another idea would be a photo scavenger hunt or games where people break into teams. You can adjust balderdash, what’s yours like, dirty minds (only if no kids will be present),who what where, etc. You would need someone to get the good times rolling but I have gone to weddings where this was done and had a blast!

Post # 6
4771 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

Why have it at a vineyard then? Perhaps you should forgoe a cocktail hour if can’t afford it then, because having a cocktail hour without cocktails at a vineyard seems like an oxymoron. Take all your pictures prior.

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