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Bride Suggests Charging for Drinks at Her Wedding


Anyone who's thrown a wedding before, either as part of the happy couple or as a parent, knows the festivities can get expensive very quickly. And perhaps one of the biggest expenses for a wedding is the alcohol tab. It's not cheap to provide celebratory toasts for 100 or more of your closest friends and relatives.

While it's not unheard of to avoid the cost entirely by having a dry wedding or offset it by offering a cash bar, it's looked down upon by most etiquette experts. Yet it's not unheard of. What definitely seems to cross the line from "tacky" to "wow, you're a jerk," however, is to try to make money off your wedding by charging people to tipple.

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