(Closed) Cash Bar/Open Bar

posted 13 years ago in Food
Post # 55
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283 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

I feel that this is just silly.  There are so many people on here who say don´t overspend on your wedding, don´t go in to debt, but then you´re saying, but you must buy us drinks.  I think you should do what you can for your guests, and that is all, if they really care about you they will not be offended and if they don´t care about you why are they there?  But I guess where I am from it is a little different.  I think I´ve only been to one wedding that was a complete open bar, the rest did offer a few free kegs or maybe a specialty drink, which I thought was nice, but not expected.  I always bring cash to a wedding and expect to pay for my drinks, I am being provided a night of dancing and fun as well as a free meal, I think that is enough because I care more about the couple than what they provide me.  

Post # 56
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87 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

We considered not having any alcohol at all because neither of us drink, but, it was important to my dad. It’s quite common around here to have a cash bar, so that’s what we are doing.

If we were to have an open bar it would double our venue/catering costs, and we just can’t afford that. So it was either cash bar or no bar for us.

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