Post # 46
I’d say it’s nice to know ahead because booze I might take an uber. No booze we can drive.
I like mocktail hour, and many will know exactly what it is. I also like Jules’ wording too. I say either one will do. You could also get a sign with “Appetizers” written on it too.
Post # 47
How about an hors d’oeuvre reception? Mocktail hour is cute too.
Post # 48
I don’t know what a fit or a bat is in this context. But OK. Sorry if my desire to argue my POV offends you – isn’t that what people do when they disagree?
Post # 49
that was totally autocorrect on my phone. it was supposed to say “big, fat”. le sigh.
Post # 50
I’d prefer to know ahead of time. I’d drive and not book a hotel if it were within a couple of hours. I’d be annoyed if i forked out for a hotel etc and then didn’t have the opportunity for a few drinks. I’ve never been to a wedding where alcohol wasnt easily available (from the hosts or cash bar) so definitely assume there will be.
I like Mocktail Hour.
Post # 51
my brother got married a year ago and they had absolutely no alcohol at all as the venue didn’t allow it. No one even mentioned it and there were no nasty comments or irritated guests So I’m not worried about my family being horrified at the idea of no alcohol besides the toast.
Post # 52
oh I wouldn’t be annoyed about the absence of alcohol (to be honest, would prefer it to be available, but wouldn’t impact my rsvp) but it would be highly unusual so I’d want to know in advance so I didn’t waste money on a hotel/taxi if I could drive!