Post # 76
- Wedding: October 2021 - Concord, Ontario
I hate cash bars if you can’t afford an open bar why don’t you have a limited open bar. Where during dinner only beer and wine is served. Gave a signature drink for your cocktail hour and that’s what’s available
Post # 77
- Wedding: September 2020 - York, Nebraska
yep, and everyone gets access to a bar! Just because I’m paying for the hair and dresses for my sisters doesn’t mean I’m going to pay for the same for my entire bridal party. Certain guests are closer. No one is forcing you to do it my way 😉
Post # 78
unless *every* single guest is of the same mindset and from that particular area, giving out free drink tickets only to *some* guests, but charging others (!) will be seen as tacky and rude af. I agree with prior posters. Sorry.
Post # 79
I have no issues with a cash bar, but that seems to be the norm where I am. I have gone to semi destination weddings with (subsidizes) cash bars, and I had a twoonie bar, no one complains around here. We didn’t want to make money back or anything, just hoped that having people pay a bit would make them hold on to their drink and not just go find a new one if they set it down somewhere 🤷♀️ We did have red and white wine on all the tables and I’m sure plenty of people just drank that all night.
Of all the weddings I have been to, I think only 2-3 have been open bar and that was commented on as very fancy haha.