A Cash Bar can sometimes leave bad taste in your guest mouths. Often I would ask guest about their experience at the Wedding. Was the Music great? How was the DJ? And what do you think about the overall Wedding. Most Guest have frowned upon having to pay for their beverages.
Budget is often a deciding factor in determined if you would have an Open Bar or a Cash Bar. If Your budget does not allow for an open bar, here are a few suggestions that could help pull off having an open bar on a budget. First, Introduce signature drinks. You can have your Bartender develop predetermined drinks that you and your fiance' would like to have Instead of having expensive top shelf. Second, consider using drink tickets. Personalized wedding tickets are a great way to reflect your theme and concept. Also can be a great way to make your concept more your own. When choosing to serve Alcoholic beverages at your Wedding, be sure that you hire a qualified Mixologist. Someone that will bring peace of mind knowing that your guests won't have too much to drink and also is able to provide you with the latest drink trends.
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