There are many factors to consider when planning a wedding. From the number and type of guests to the weather to what you will be wearing, you want to make sure that your big day is everything you’ve ever dreamed of. But that doesn’t mean that you should spend every waking second obsessing over the details. Drowning yourself in planning for a wedding can lead to disastrous results. We’ve all seen the photos of a wedding that was ruined by an over-prepared bride-to-be. It’s important to focus on what’s truly important at the wedding, like the people you will be spending your life with, that destination wedding you have dreamed of, and the couple you hope to spend your life with.

Here are some facts for you to know: 


  • Many people go to great lengths to plan a wedding, but the most significant decision is probably how much alcohol you’re going to serve at the reception. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism report, the average wedding guest consumes approximately five drinks—the equivalent of a large glass of wine—during the event. However, it turns out you don’t need to guzzle much alcohol to have a good time—a small amount of alcohol will suffice.
  • As with many wedding traditions, the amount of alcohol consumed by the guests at a wedding can vary widely. When planning a wedding, many grooms-to-be are keen on including their friends and family in the celebrations. However, the guest list is generally restricted to no more than fifty guests, which means that many couples are thinking of how to cater to everyone without blowing the budget.Crop man pouring red wine in glass in restaurant

Weddings are supposed to be one of the happiest days of our lives, and that’s precisely why we want them to be the best they can be. For most people, a little alcohol is part of the fun. While many people are under the misguided impression that we can safely drink whatever we want, in truth, there is a lot more to it than that. While the effects of alcohol vary with the amount you consume, it’s still important to choose a drink that is fit for both the occasion and your health.

Planning a wedding can be expensive. Most couples start out with a budget. You should have a plan to cover your expenses in the first place, and you should plan to receive help from family and friends. But you should also plan to enjoy yourself! If you’re planning a classy send-off, you could be cutting back on alcohol during the reception (or not having any at all!).



The amount of alcohol that you can have in your wedding will depend on your budget and your number of guests, and their drinking capacity. If you are uncomfortable, you can keep it to the minimum, or worst case, you can have your wedding without it. However, if you really wanted to celebrate it with alcohol drinks, feel free to do so but just make sure it is just enough for everyone to have fun. Too much alcohol at a wedding is not good too.  


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