Not everyone can afford an open bar wedding. And I would hate to attend a dry wedding. I think having a cash bar will make your guests a little more responsible with how much they consume since they are paying for their own drinks. There is nothing worst than having to babysit a bunch of drunk wedding guests (who got that way on YOUR dollar)
dry wedding. But that is just me.
Not worse! But "less desirable" in my opinion. I get out rarely, and so a wedding is a big date for us. I like to enjoy some wine with my husband and dancing is a little more fun after a drink or 2.
Quoting TrouserMouse:I think whatever the couple feels is right for them is fine. Neither is tacky.
If I had a wedding with guests, it would have been dry because dh has some alcoholics in his family that tend to get out of hand.
Quoting Syphon:I think they are the same. Dry wedding = I can't afford alcohol. Cash bar = I can't afford alcohol
I think they are the same. Dry wedding = I can't afford alcohol. Cash bar = I can't afford alcohol
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