Post # 1
We’re hosting a few things for our bar at our wedding reception but everything else is a cash bar. We are hosting two kegs of beer (plus having a third on reserve) and pop for our guests. We will also have coffee, iced tea and lemonade available for our guests too. I’m trying to create a sign that informs guests that we are paying for pop and beer but the rest is their expense.
Currently I have a header that says “This round’s on us!” and then a statement that says “Please enjoy pop and draws of Bud Light and Miller Light on us.”
Any suggestions on how to word a short note to say other drink are available at their expense? Or should I just leave it?
Post # 3
I would delete the ‘draws of’ term, but the rest sounds good. Just leave it at that.
Post # 4
I think saying “on us” twice is a little redundant. I would just say your phrase and then list everythig out:
This Round’s On Us!
Wait . . . all of a sudden I’m confused. Are you making them pay for coffee, etc.?
Post # 5
I think babylou is on the right path, just keep it simple so it’s more of a quick list to glance and not a paragraph for them to stand there and read. (not that I’m saying you have a paragraph going, but I would eliminate sentences)
Post # 6
I agree, a list is easier to read. I would also maybe change “pop” to either “Coke Products” or “Pepsi Products” (whichever your venue carries), or just say “soft drinks.” (sounds more formal than “pop”)