My Fiance and I are from two different states with friends and family scattered all over the south. We decided on a neutral wedding location, in Gatlinburg, TN. We invited around 70 friends, family, and coworkers. It is a weekend affair, with a "welcome dinner" BBQ, the Ceremony at 1:00 on Saturday, a break where guests can roam the shops in Gatlinburg, and then a reception starting at 4 in the Great Smoky Mountains National park with a lasagna dinner beginning at 5 (a muffin brunch the next morning as well). It's laid back, camping themed, with lots nearby to entertain our guest (shops, trails, sights, animals). We'll have cake, a s'mores bar, and a campfire. I think it will be a lot of fun, but I'm worried about my guests enjoying themselves after driving between 5-7 hours one way for my wedding. They will be fed 3 times, be in a gorgeous atmosphere in summer, and are being encouraged to make a mini vacation out of this with their family. Is that enough?
My mother, father, grandparents, and fiance's mother and father are deeply religious and think alcohol is for sinners, they refuse to be around alcohol. On top of that, my father is an alcoholic ( I know, right?). Because of potential drama (which most of my guests know nothing about and I don't want to have to tell each and every one of them about my family's beliefs) I was going to just have a dry wedding weekend. I MAY stash some Sangria in a cooler for the wedding reception for anyone who asks/knows/wedding party/etc, but that would be it.
Am I being rude? Is this setup unreasonable? Will my guests have a good time or be disappointed in me?