Dreading this part! Ok, so my venue is bring your own booze and then a bartender will serve it for you. I need some suggestions on what to make available. I am not wanting to do any hard liquor, so it will most certainly be a hosted, partial bar. Our guest list is at 100 people.
The venue is providing all non-alcoholic drinks, so we are covered there.
So here is my thoughts, we do not have the budget to have a ton of alcohol choices, so we were thinking about doing a couple of beer options and then having prosecco to mix with orange juice and cranberry juice. It is an afternoon wedding (cocktail hour starts at noon), so I am really on the fence about having wine. Not many of our guests are wine drinkers, but I don't want to not have the option if people really want it.
We are having ham and turkey as our main dishes, so I am not sure if we would even need a red wine if we decide to go that route.
So I guess my questions are:
1.) Do I need wine? (If so how much?)
2.) What type of beers would you think I should use in October?
3.) How much alcohol should we plan on getting for 100 people (I would estimate about 85 are of drinking age)?