Post # 1
Setting: Sunday in July on a lawn at the beach. Open bar. Ceremony is at 10am and brunch is served noon-2pm, with the bar remaining open until 4pm. No dancing, just relaxing with friends and family on a beautiful summer day with some live piano music in the background.
Water, Juice, Coffee and Iced Tea are table service.
How many alcoholic drinks would YOU drink?
Post # 3
If there’s no wine I would probably have maybe 1 cocktail. I’m not a huge drinker, but I tend to drink a LOT more at weddings at night. Mostly because I need some liquid courage to dance, since I have been told numerous times that I am a horrible dancer 🙂
Post # 4
If my son wouldn’t be with me with me, and my fiance would be driving, I would probably drink 2-3 glasses of champagne/mimosas. It’s a 4 hour affair, so if I were to stay the whole time, that would be a little under a drink an hour. Hope This Helps 🙂
Post # 5
I voted four, but it would in the 3-4 range. I think I’d get too caught up with the scenery and catching up with family/friends to remember to drink!
Also, your wedding sounds really cool!
Post # 6
At weddings I normally have 2 glasses of wine, a glass of champagne and 2 cocktails.
Post # 8
I voted 3 cocktails. For the time of day, location, and temperature I know that I wouldn’t want to drink any more than what would give me a very light buzz.
Above all of these, I would choose a wine however (preferably something chilled), above beer or cocktails.
Post # 9
I usually drink 3-4 rum and cokes when I go out. If there was wine, I might drink 2-3 glasses.
ETA: This is of course assuming I’m not driving! Also, I’ve never attended an afternoon wedding so I might drink a tad less than what I’ve written since those numbers are based on evening events.
Post # 10
I want to revote. I go for 3 drinks. Whatever form that comes in. I LOVE iced tea so I’d be happy, it’s so difficult to come across in the UK 🙁
Post # 11
I voted 3 cocktails, but depending on how weak they are, maybe 4. Four hours is a long period of time, so one an hour seems about right. I was just at a sorority formal and had 6 in 2 hours, but I wouldn’t want to be that…relaxed…at a wedding. Haha.
Post # 12
@maribonner: No, soda is not available.
Post # 13
@sweetpea87: Ha! See, FI’s frat brothers are all flying in for the event…so I imagine it will become that…relaxed in the afternoon. 😉
Post # 14
OK so I should have read the senario before voting.. I voted for 3 cocktails.. but I find it very hard to drink in the morning… I would MAYBE have a mimosa… but thats all.
Post # 15
@Bostongrl25: No, no wine. We went round and round on it and concluded that all of our friends that drink wine would not do so with brunch. They will choose champagne/mimosas instead. I might re-think that if I hear differently from guests.
Post # 16
- Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo
I voted 4 cocktails… one per hour.