Post # 1
Were planning a dry reception. We will be serving soda, iced tea, iced water and lemonade. We’ll also have a couple bottles of Sparkling Cider on each table.
Question is, Should I have wine glasses as well as regular glasses? I dont want people to get the idea that were serving alcohol.
Post # 3
Hmm I’m thinking no. I have to have a dry reception because of the venue but will be having regular cups. Wine glasses might make people think that wine is going to show up at the party at some point.
Post # 4
Thanks for your response. Were planning a wedding at a rose garden and the reception at the same park so no alcohol. I could spend the extra money for a license and security but it just seems silly.
Post # 5
Eh, I’d have them. People can think what they want, but sparkling cider is always better in a wine glass!
Post # 6
Sparkling Cider should be served in a Champagne Flute… if one is not available, then other types of glassware can make do… such as a Wine Glass, Pilsner Glass, etc.
A Champagne Flute, however is regarded as the most formal and is appropriate for Weddings / Toasts
Hope this helps,