Post # 1
…half my guests dont drink??
I tried to fit that into the title but it wouldnt let me. lol
ANyway, the reception starts at 5 and the “cocktail” hour starts at 4. Is it still okay to call it that even if there will be alot of people there who dont drink?? This might seem like a weird question, but it just occured to me how the “cocktail” hour might seem to nondrinkers.
Is there another name for it? Does it even matter? We will be having like 3 pastors there and alot of other people who do not drink for one reason or another.
Is it still okay to call it “cocktail” hour if half of our guests are nondrinkers?
Post # 3
Doesn’t matter that it is called a cocktail hour if there is no alcohol. Most people won’t get upset over it either.
Post # 4
@Ember78: Well there is alcohol. But only free beer and soda.
I guess I feel kind of funny to call it that, when alot of our guests wont, and cant drink(in some cases).
I think I will just call it that. Im sure people will know and wont feel like its a drinking drunk party or something.
Just thought I would ask just in case. 🙂
Post # 5
We used intermezzo before deciding to call it Dr Pepper Hour (we had Dublin Dr Pepper featured and it was a nod to our university)
Post # 6
Dr Pepper Hour sounds great!
If you’re having a certain drink, you can call it ____ Hour.