You may only think of cocktail hour as a precursor to the rest of the wedding reception, but it’s actually an important event that sets the tone for the rest of the wedding. Plus, it’s a great way for family ... read more
When planning a fall wedding, it can be the perfect opportunity to work some warm and spicy beverages into the menu. Here are five light and fun fall cocktails that will have you wanting to jump into a pile of ... read more
Wedding receptions aren’t always the easiest social settings to navigate. And when it comes to drinks, things can get tricky, for varying reasons. We’ve seen a lot of folks who don’t normally lose it succumb to the strange, exhilarating allure ... read more
Everybody loves an open bar. But like many things in this world, an open bar is only as good as the people enjoying it; if someone abuses the privilege (either the guests or the host), things can so south very ... read more
It can be fun (and tasty!) to create a signature cocktail for your wedding reception. Guests love the special touch and it can be great opportunity to let your personalities shine as a couple. We asked the Weddingbee community to ... read more
Cash bars are a swear word among most wedding guests. They just don’t like ‘em and it’s not really hard to see why. Yes, it’s a pain that they have to spend money to get drunk at your wedding, but ... read more
When attending an evening wedding, if you’re a drinker, you’re probably scoping out the bar situation right away. No we’re not all alcoholics, but some people like to imbibe a bit so they can kill it on the dance floor. ... read more
Weddings are known for crazy drinking almost as much as they are for big cakes. It’s expected and can be a point of contention if you opt not to provide any. But it doesn’t have to be standard to serve ... read more
A toast is the joyous salute to good speeches and well-wishes to the couple; the drinks used in said toast should mimic all those good feelings. So what makes a good toasting drink? Well, a little bit of sparkle never ... read more
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