- How can I get cheap alcohol for my wedding?
- How many kegs do I need for a 150 person wedding?
- How many cups do I need for a wedding?
- What is a good signature drink for a wedding?
- How many gallons of tea do I need for 150 people?
- What are the most popular drinks at a wedding?
- How much punch do you need for 100 guests?
- How much water do you need for 100 guests?
- How do you calculate drinks for a wedding?
- How many koozies do you need for a wedding?
- How much soda do you need for a wedding?
- How many gallons of sweet tea do you need for a wedding?
- How do you serve alcohol at a wedding without a bartender?
- How many bottles of wine do I need for 100 people?
- What drinks should I serve at my wedding?
- How much alcohol should you buy for a wedding of 100?
- How many bottles of soda do I need for 50 people?
- How many napkins do you need for a wedding?

## How can I get cheap alcohol for my wedding?

Top 10 Ways To Cut Alcohol Costs At WeddingsOffer Signature Cocktails.

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Serve Only Beer and Wine.

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Skip The Champagne Toast.

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Use The 1/2 Full Trick.

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Place A Bottle Of Wine At Each Table.

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Shorten Your Open Bar Hours.

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Limit Liquor To The Cocktail Hour.

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Pay Per Head, Not Per Drink.More items…•.

## How many kegs do I need for a 150 person wedding?

“If you plan on about one drink per hour per guest for a 150-person reception that lasts 5 hours, you’d need around 750 drinks.” So that would mean, if you’re only serving beer, you could use up to six kegs or nearly 30 24-packs of bottles or cans.

## How many cups do I need for a wedding?

Some wedding forums recommended as many as three to four cups per person, while others suggested that guests would need a new cup every hour, on average.

## What is a good signature drink for a wedding?

50 Signature Wedding CocktailsBerry Rose Mojito. Get your cocktail hour on with a winning mix of strawberries, lime, mint, sugar and most importantly, sparkling rosé. … Pretty-in-Pink Mimosa. … Beer Margarita. … Ginger Grapefruit Bourbon Sour. … Lavender Collins Cocktail. … Purple Rain Perfection. … Autumn Harvest Sangria. … Magical Margarita.More items…•

## How many gallons of tea do I need for 150 people?

For 150 I would take 20 ounces per person, 50/50 split. Plan on about 8 ounces of ice per person. I’d grab 4 – 20# bags, and also put a 20# in each 10 gallon cambro.

## What are the most popular drinks at a wedding?

The 7 Best Cocktails to Order at a Basic Wedding BarGin Martini – Gin, Dry Vermouth, Olives/Lemon (optional garnish) … Whiskey Ginger – Whiskey, Ginger Ale. … Kalimotxo – Red Wine, Cola. … Gin and Tonic – Gin, Tonic. … Old Fashioned – Whiskey, Sugar, Bitters, Cherry (optional garnish) … Manhattan – Whiskey (Rye if available), Sweet Vermouth, Bitters, Maraschino Cherry.More items…•

## How much punch do you need for 100 guests?

How much punch do you need for 100 guests? Using the equation above, here are the calculations for 50, 75, or 100 guests: 50 guests x 4 drinks x 4 ounces = 800 ounces of punch. 75 guests x 4 drinks x 4 ounces =1200 ounces of punch.

## How much water do you need for 100 guests?

Beverage Quantities to serve 100. FYI: a liter is about an ounce and a half larger than a quart, or as my Granddaddy used to say, “A quart and a shot”: so for beverage planning purposes, a liter is equivalent to a quart, two liters are a half gallon. 10 gallons allows 3-4 drinks per person, needed if served alone.

## How do you calculate drinks for a wedding?

Breaking Down the Calculations As a general rule of thumb, plan to serve one drink per guest per hour of reception. In other words, if you’re having a four-hour reception with 100 guests, provide 400 servings of alcohol. Full bars typically offer beer, wine, and liquor.

## How many koozies do you need for a wedding?

Estimating how many koozies and other custom wedding favors you’ll need is fairly easy. Here’s a quick guide: High-end favors or items exclusively for taking home: One per household. Favors to use at the reception and take home (like koozies!): One per guest.

## How much soda do you need for a wedding?

A 2-liter bottle of soda will give 10 8-ounce servings, while beverages that come in gallon containers will yield 16 8-ounce servings. That comes out to four drinks per person during our three-hour party, which means we’ll need five bottles of soda or three gallons of juice or a mix of both to total 48 servings.

## How many gallons of sweet tea do you need for a wedding?

Servings in a Gallon by Cup/Glass SizeGallonCup SizePractical Number of Servings1 gallon 128 ounces6 ounces201 gallon 128 ounces8 ounces15-161 gallon 128 ounces10 ounces121 gallon 128 ounces12 ounces9-10

## How do you serve alcohol at a wedding without a bartender?

5 Tips for a Low-Cost DIY Wedding BarFigure out how much alcohol you’ll need. … Serve one or two signature drinks or just your favorite liquor with mixers. … Hire a bartending student to serve. … Buy from a brewery or vineyard and serve beer and wine only. … If you can’t get to a brewery or vineyard, head to the biggest booze sale in your area.

## How many bottles of wine do I need for 100 people?

Each 750ml bottle has five glasses, so for 100 guests and a four-hour wedding reception, you would need 400 glasses—or 80 bottles of wine (40 white and 40 red), which is a little more than 6 cases of wine.

## What drinks should I serve at my wedding?

As mentioned, non-alcoholic drinks and mocktails go down well, as do cocktails, mulled wine, Pimms, Champagne, the standard red and white wine, and beer. Sparkling alternatives to Champagne are becoming increasingly popular, are more affordable, and are often enjoyed more than real Champagne.

## How much alcohol should you buy for a wedding of 100?

So to recap, for 100 guests you would need: 70 bottles of wine. 175 bottles of beer. 15 bottles of liquor (750 ml)

## How many bottles of soda do I need for 50 people?

15 bottlesLifer. 15 bottles for 50 people sounds about right.

## How many napkins do you need for a wedding?

It is recommended that there be 2-3 cocktail napkins per guest for the bar area. Cocktail sized napkins are also appropriate for the cake table. Here it is acceptable to have 1 napkin per guest since most will only eat one piece of cake. So a total of 3-4 cocktail napkins are needed per guest.