I guess that I should add the fact that we are keeping the wedding extremely small and intimate. We're trying to shoot for less than 50 people because we would prefer to spend more money on the honeymoon than the wedding itself.
Strict31 wrote:I suggest THUNDERDOME for the right to consume foods. And to continue living.
The bungee cords and chainsaws will make it a night to remember.
I really like this idea but I suspect that my fiancé will veto it before I can even suggest it too her. Plus, it may be awkward when I start picking favorites...
holtom2000 wrote:Sorry no help man .. we did the small town wedding ... rented the community hall .. free booze and Ukrainian buffet ... wife got PLASTERED .. first and only time lol
best of luck and please don't fight - man did we scrap on the lead up to that night ...
Fighting shouldn't be too much of a problem in this case. We are extremely lucky on most fronts when it comes to this wedding because we agree on most of the important issues. Honestly we weren't opposed to the idea of a quick wedding without any ceremony at all but the family and friends who we are planning on inviting would probably be a little hurt if we did that without them.
GiveWarAChance wrote:I try to stay as far away of weddings as possible.
I've avoided a good portion of them in my time but this is one that would be hazardous for me to avoid.
S.F. Jude Terror wrote:
All anyone really cares about is the open bar.
MrBlack wrote:You're hardly going to eat anything while you're there, so who cares? If it's an open bar, as it should be, your guests will be too bombed to care, or remember the next day.
We're definitely having an open bar. In fact, we also just found out that my favorite local brewery can/will provide the bar in question.