No alcohol at wedding?

Hello ladies. I could really use some opinions on this subject. What do you think about a wedding with no alcohol? Have you ever been to a wedding without any?
Posted on August 14, 2013 at 9:30 am
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I too have been to "dry" weddings and non-"dry" weddings. I believe it is a personal preference and most definitely helps with keeping the cost in check.  It should be your decision and most family and friends will respect that.  

I have not personally heard of purchasing the type of insurance you posted about, so I can't help out there.  I would suggest weighing your options regarding that and definitely check out the company with the Better Business Bureau just so you are covered. 

Posted on August 18, 2013 at 12:26 am
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It is absolutely 100% up to you and FI as to how you want to celebrate your day. We didn’t have a dry wedding, but that’s not what DH or I wanted. I have been to a couple of dry weddings before. The atmosphere was different and they ended very early (although a few had tail gates in the parking lot – very disrespectful and caused a lot of problems).

 I think a GREAT DJ would be key to get the party going. As long as you make those invited aware that it will be a dry event, you should be fine. I wouldn’t be happy if I shoed up expecting alcohol and there was none, but would be perfectly fine if I knew ahead of time. Good luck x 

Posted on August 19, 2013 at 6:40 am
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