Ever wonder how much your guests will drink at your wedding? A good rule to go by is that each guest, excluding the children, will drink two cocktails and two and a half glasses of wine or go by the one drink per hour, per person estimate. So depending on how long your reception will go for, your bar tab could rack up quickly.
Another option is to have a cocktail and hors d’oeuvre reception. You might think that there would be more drinking at a cocktail reception, but with it being shorter then a formal sit down dinner, you will most likely serve less drinks. For a normal two and a half to three hour cocktail and hors d’oeuvre reception, aim to serve four drinks per person and five if you have a heavier drinking crowd.
Here is some lovely math for you to do on this Wednesday morning: a standard champagne bottle serves from five to eight glasses, a 750-ml bottle of wine will yield five glasses and a one-liter bottle of liquor could make around eighteen to twenty cocktails.
Why on earth did I get on this tangent of drinking? Because it is Winery Wednesday! And today we have a beautiful styled shoot that took place at Mount Palomar Winery in Temecula, California. Captured by Faithfully Focused Photography, this classic styled shoot has hints of Mediterranean and all around outdoor elegance.