So my fiancé and I have postponed our wedding to April 2022 now and although we don’t plan on changing any aspect of our wedding since it was already planned for this year, I’m having doubts for some of our decisions. When we were originally planning our wedding, we wanted to either have an open bar or a toonie bar but when we got the quotes for both, we both decided we were not prepared to spend that much (our wedding is at a full facility venue so we cannot bring our own food or drink). So we opted to just have a cash bar as both of us have always expected to pay for drinks when ever we have attended weddings. But now that I think more on it, I really don’t want our guests to be disappointed... I know it’s our wedding and we should be able to do what we want but I want our guests to enjoy themselves and not have to worry about affording drinks. But my fiancé is firm on his stance and really doesn’t want to look into the matter again. I’m just one of those people that care about what others think so I don’t want our guests to feel like they can’t have a good time because they have to limit how much they spend on drinks.
I should also note that our package includes unlimited wine during dinner and a glass of champagne during toasts. Do you think this would be sufficient? Obviously this is all pending we can still have a reception by next year but I’ve already postponed this wedding twice so I’m trying to feel hopeful for 2022 lol.