We chose to have a dry wedding for several factors (we don't drink, most of our friends/family don't drink, we didn't want unruly guests or bad memories of guests who'd had too much alcohol, we were on a VERY limited budget and it didn't make sense to pay THAT much for something only for a limited number of people -we didn't even get a caterer, our family made the food, which was excellent-, a long time friend of ours is a recovering alcoholic, we would have had to get a permit -per the venue- and hire an off duty cop, etc. etc. etc.), we did not advertise to anyone that it was a dry wedding because we really didn't think it would be that big of a deal (a dry wedding was really a no-brainer given the circumstances). Anyways, the wedding had gone perfectly, my groom and I sat down to eat (at a small table with the rest of the bridal party), and the next thing I know, his sister -the bridesmaid- is going around asking everyone at the table if they want "sustenance", and his other sister is outside somewhere with the alcohol ready to pour it for anyone that wants it (there was some drama because she heard me talking to my best friend about it, and I ended up telling her that I really didn't want there to be alcohol). There's a lot of other baggage in this situation that doesn't need to be aired here, I just want to know: was it socially acceptable for her to a) bring alcohol to the wedding despite us having a dry wedding? b) offer it to our guests when we were having a dry wedding, and this was breaking the contract we signed with the venue (and possibly the law, depending on how the law looks at it)? Because I find lots of discussion about individual guests sneaking alcohol into weddings, but I haven't found much on the social etiquette of a guest sneaking alcohol in and offering it to other guests (several of whom are underage and aren't in any way related to her). Thanks.