- 7 years ago
- Wedding: September 2011
hello! we are getting married at home and are having a caterer who is taking care of food, bar, etc… we will have 2 bartenders tending bar serving wine, beer, champagne, and non alc options.
here’s the deal: part of my “vision” for wedding (rustic, laid back, family style, FUN!) is that we have a large planter filled with ice and canned beer- next to our personalized koozies. Also, I wanted guests to be able to have bottles of red/white/whatever on table during meal.
my caterer says her contract includes “liquor liability” but recommended we take out day-of insurance (even though we have umbrella on home, we figured we’d do day-of to be extra safe). she said if i wanted any option where guests serve themselves, we’d have to waive her liability and sign that we assume it.
since we are getting our day-of which incldues liquor, i am thinking of doing this so i can get what it want 🙂 🙂 i ran this buy my insurance guy who recommended leaving liability with caterer since she offers that option…
what should i do??? i feel like we’d be fine waiving (especially we’re providing shuttles home for everybody), but i don’t want to be insurance stupid just to get what i want.