Post # 1
(Miss Seal’s post inspired this question)
We’re having our wedding reception at a vineyard. They don’t have a (hard liquor) license, so we won’t we able to have any hard liquor at our cocktail hour/reception. We’re planning on offering a few types of wine, 2 choices of beer, and champagne (all free to our guests).
Are you disappointed if you go to a wedding without hard liquor options? I’m kind of upset we can’t offer a full open bar (well, I AM from a Polish family- we like our drinks!), but its all we can do. What do you think?
Post # 3
Personally I think beer, wine and champagne are plenty of options. I wouldn’t miss the liquor.
Post # 4
Nope. Although I do like a G&T, I am just fine with beer and wine (as long as it’s free!)
Post # 5
@TXbride115: Nah, I wouldnt miss hard liquor. I am a wine-o! But I know my in laws would miss it.
Post # 5
I’d be perfectly happy with those options.
Post # 5
Nope. Beer, champagne, and wine is more than PLENTY. If you need more than that and EXPECT someone to provide it to you, I’d say you’re a tish rude, and may have a slight problem In My Humble Opinion. 😀 We’re planning on doing the exact same thing. Open bar is just ridiculous and unnecessary.
Post # 6
Every wedding I’ve been to with hard liquor offered has had ridiculously drunk people acting stupid. It just doesn’t seem appropriate imo- so I wouldn’t stress that it’s not there.
Post # 7
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
Beer and wine are fine for the vast majority of people.
Post # 8
I think your options are more than enough.
Post # 9
Don’t worry about it – your options are more then enough to please everyone 🙂
Post # 10
Not at all. What you have available is fine, and considering the location I don’t think I would even expect it.
Post # 11
I would be perectly fine with what you’re offering.
Post # 12
I’d be a happy camper with those options!
Post # 13
I’d be happy as a clam. Not to worry!
Post # 14
No, I would not miss hard liquor. Not every wedding needs to have hard liquor, or, in fact, any liquor at all.
If people can’t enjoy themselves without hard liquor it is they who have a problem, not you.