According to a recent post by http://answerology.cosmopolitan.com/ there were several mixed reviews about having a bar at your wedding. Several individuals thought that the bride and groom should make the decision, being that it is THEIR special day. Others felt it was very selfish.
Recently, Charlotte DJ & Events conducted a poll on our facebook fan site, to receive some feed back on the issue. The majority of users who answered said that if the wedding were dry they would sneak their own alcohol into it. But before you bring alcohol into someone else’s wedding here are a few things to think about:
-Are there alcoholics in the bride and groom’s families?
-Do they feel that drinking alcohol is morally wrong?
-Are they on a budget, and cant afford to purchase everyone alcohol?
If you have chosen to make your wedding dry, here are some ideas that can replace the alcohol portion of your wedding.
Instead of doing a champagne toast for you and all of your guests, why not try using sparkling white grape juice or cider?
And for that signature cocktail that you are not going to have, try creating and using a “mocktail”, which gives an appearance of alcohol as well as something fancy and non-alcoholic. If this is a route you are looking to go check out this great website.
For more information on dry weddings please contact the blogger at Doug@charlottedjservice.com