Four hours of open bar can really rack up a bill! Will you be keeping your eye on your bottom line or splurging for top-shelf liquor? Are you splurging or saving on booze? Photo from Andaz Scottsdale Resort in Paradise Valley, AZ Next Question: Transportation? Back to the Beginning: Splurge or...
Four hours of open bar can really rack up a bill! Will you be keeping your eye on your bottom line or splurging for top-shelf liquor?
Save. We will do a couple of signature drinks, limited bar items and beer. We will have wine for the toast and the remaining after the toast can go to the bar. Oh, I am a "shotaholic" myself sooo.... We may splurge a little. Just a little. But we are stocking the bar.
Save. We are only doing beer and wine, no liquor. And I am planning to buy it myself from a local winery and Costco, and hire a bartender. It is a chunk of money, but cheaper than other options I looked at.
Kinda save I guess. Bar is a part of the package with dinner. Since we’re having a small dinner, and most of our guests are family we know what they drink (Italians- mostly wine and lots of it) we decided on beer and wine package with tab for mixed drinks. Meaning, they will be available for guests and we’ll pick up the tab at the end
Yes!! Splurging--I don't remember the little trinkets that folks had at their weddings, but I DO remember having a super fun open bar and dancing the night away. I've been to cash bars and it's not fun.
Alcohol is definitely an area where you can save! As long as you provide your guests with some options, even just beer and wine, or a cash bar, you certainly don't have to give the option of top shelf liquor. People don't care too much what's available if there's something!