When we posted a recent lunchtime poll on open vs cash bars vs booze-free weddings, little did we know how shaken, stirred and generally muddled-up our readers would be on the subject.
Over 37,000 votes and 330 comments later, a tippling majority toppled the teetotalers, demanding a reasonable level of libation. Most maintain that if guests are going to the time and expense of attending nuptials, the least the happy couple can do is make sure they don't have to peck their way through the Chicken Dance stone cold sober.
Are you irked if there isn't an open bar at a wedding reception?
Beer and wine are fine, so long as they keep flowing freely. 38%
Quoth our commenters:
Suck it up for their special day
It's gauche to neglect the guests; scale back accordingly
Defense against the over-imbibers
Quid pro quo
Booze and music banish boredom
For the Bible tells us so
Perspective from a wedding pro
A measured response
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