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August 08, 2007

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amber

love the blog, love the ideas in this post, just one gripe: cash bars are the ultimate in rude and tacky. serve what you can afford says etiquette. This could be beer and wine with one special cocktail, or no alcohol at all.

guests don't have wallets.

Rhian

your blog is so useful and really insightful. thank you for so many great ideas. I am planning my wedding and have been going crazy over it but i have seen a lot of really cool things here in your blog that are inspiring to me.

Would you consider writing a blog on engagement parties? Please let me know if you do!!

thanks again, i love the content =)

Kelly MAhoney

Great tips, sounds like a better approach.

Boudoir Betty

While I think most of the ideas in this post are creative and fabulous I can never support the idea of having a cash bar at a wedding, as suggested in tip 3. I think making your guests pay for their own alcohol is the height of tacky. If you want to save money on alcohol serve beer and wine only or perhaps a signature cocktail. Alternately you could skip the alcohol and have a coffee bar or juice bar, options which are fun and interesting and much less expensive. Almost all wedding planners, wedding magazines and etiquette books will tell you that a cash bar is an absolute no-no.

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