101 Days of Wedding Planning: Day 56: Order alcohol (wine, champagne, liquor) if they are not included in the catering contract. Discuss with your caterer to determine how it will be transported to the wedding.
Of course, this step only applies if you're having alcohol served at your wedding and it is not covered in your catering package. The cost of alcohol for your wedding can be surprisingly higher than expected. Think about most guests consuming at least 2 glasses, and with a wedding lasting all night - that can really add up!
So, let's figure out how you can save on the cost of alcohol for your wedding. The first step is to buy everything at wholesale prices, and shop around to see who has the lower prices and deals. To further save on costs, read through this very helpful article by Borrowed & Blue:
"Top 10 Ways to Cut Alcohol Costs at Weddings"
Do you have any other tips on how to cut costs on alcohol?
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