Post # 1
We are on a budget for our wedding as far as the bar goes. Our caterer requires us to supply our own alcohol so these are the selections that we have made. If you were at a wedding with these selections would you be satisfied? (most of our guests are beer drinkers)
Blackberry Red Wine
Post # 3
I would be happy with the white zinfindel all night.
Post # 4
Unless there is a special reason you picked margaritas, I would have a vodka based cocktail instead. I think more people drink vodka than tequila. Otherwise it sounds great to me,
Post # 5
We settles on margaritas because we aren’t having a huge wedding and we know that the majority of our guest like them. Most of our guests are beer drinkers so everything besides beer is just extra
Post # 6
I would drink 4 of the above…so, I’d be happy!
Post # 8
They might not be my first choices at a full bar, but I would be fine with margaritas and prosecco. The white zinfandel would be pretty much untouched by my circle of friends and family.
Post # 9
I would immediately drink the Margaritas! However, if I was drinking beer, I would prefer something that’s not “lite”… like Budweiser, or something normal. Haha
Post # 10
I like to drink wine, but both white zin and blackberry red wine aren’t traditional wine choices, so I’d probably be somewhat disappointed and drink beer instead. Maybe consider adding or swapping for a chardonnay, pinot grigio, merlot, cab sauvignon, zinfandel instead?
I’m also not a lite beer drinker (nor are my friends) we’d be putting back the coronas. Make sure you have enough quantities on hand to support the types of beer your crowd is apt to favor.
Post # 11
I agree with the last post. Whit zin and blackberry red wine aren’t the “normal” type of wines. I would also be a little disapointed and drink beer. I would also consider swapping for a pinot grigio, chardonay or merlot
Post # 12
I’d be very happy with Margaritas or prosecco, even though they aren’t my usual drink of choice, if that makes sense? Ie, I think you have something for everyone.
Post # 14
You definitely need a better red wine choice. I’m not a white drinker, so I won’t comment on that.
While I would have told her that the majority of our guests were beer and wine drinkers, at the wedding they drank the hard liqour like it was going out of style.
Post # 15
I would change the wine choices to a regular red and white wine. Otherwise I think it looks great.
Post # 16
I’d be happy with what you have, but I agree about going with a more traditional red & white wine options. People get kind of snobby with white zin (although I love it!).