Post # 1
I am making up business cards to give out as “free drink tickets” at the tables for the reception dinner. My fiance’s parents are paying for these free drinks for everyone, but my parents are paying for the rest of the wedding. How should I word the free drink tickets?
Here is what I currently have, it’s generic and doesn’t mention them. Should I?
Post # 2
There is no need to mention who is paying for what.
Post # 3
BrookeBQ: courtesy of such and such
If it were me, I would say ” give Bob a hi five because he just bought you guys a round of drinks”
Post # 4
Good advice! So leave as is? Thanks everyone.
Post # 5
I don’t think the guests need to know who paid for what, leave the drink tickets as they are.
Post # 6
You definitely don’t need to announce who is paying for anything.
Did you consider doing a consumption bar up to the point your in-laws are willing to pay, then converting to a cash bar? I think drink tickets are a little cheesy and remind me of crappy events in college where we were bribed to attend with drink tickets.