Liquor Guess – Timation: How to Calculate Your Wedding Alcohol
Figuring out how much alcohol you need for an open bar wedding can be very challenging and very confusing! You do not want to get too little because you do not want to leave your guests without anything to drink while dancing, but you also do not want to waste money on too many drinks and end up with years’ worth of beer you do no not like.
If you are looking for answers to this same drink dilemma, check out these helpful tips, because they are bound to help you out and answer all of your questions!
How to Calculate Your Wedding Alcohol – Basic Estimation
Here is the most BASIC wedding alcohol calculator information you need to know once you start planning your wedding and your wedding reception. This is not an end-all-be-all list, just an estimation based on the number of guests you are having attend your wedding reception. Feel free to completely customize this list; you should use this list as a pointer.
HUNDRED GUESTS ATTENDING:
- 70 bottles of wine
- 175 bottles of beer
- 15 bottles of liquor (750 ml each)
- If you want your guests to toast with champagne, you will need 20 bottles. This is completely optional.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY GUESTS ATTENDING:
- 105 bottles of wine
- 266 bottles of beer
- 22 bottles of liquor (750 ml)
- If you want your guests to toast with champagne, you will need 30 bottles. This is completely optional.
TWO HUNDRED GUESTS ATTENDING:
- 140 bottles of wine
- 350 bottles of beer
- 30 bottles of liquor (750 ml)
- If you want your guests to toast with champagne, you will need 40 bottles. This is completely optional.