Is it OK to get drunk at your wedding?

Is it normal to get drunk at your wedding?

According to the 13,000 brides and grooms polled in The Knot 2016 Real Weddings Study, we uncovered these two stats: 18 percent said that their partner got drunk at the wedding, and 15 percent said that they themselves got drunk at the wedding.

Should you drink on your wedding night?

During your reception, try your best to limit yourself to one alcoholic drink per hour – and be sure to alternate your drinks with water. Ask your Maid of Honor to handle drink duties so you can be sure you’re not going overboard.

Do people drink on their wedding day?

There’s nothing wrong with enjoying a boozy beverage (or two) on your wedding day. But since most brides want to calm their nerves without getting a strong buzz, some types of alcohol are better than others. We’ve talked to a mixologist to determine what, exactly, a bride should drink at her wedding reception.

How do I stop getting drunk at my wedding?

A Guide To NOT Getting Drunk At Your Own Wedding

  1. Eat something before the ceremony. This is key. …
  2. Think about the inconvenience of the bathroom. …
  3. Stay hydrated. …
  4. Distract yourself with bridal duties. …
  5. Dance your ass off. …
  6. Keep track of your intake. …
  7. Fool your friends with clear liquids. …
  8. Drink light.
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What should I drink the night before my wedding?

Ideally, you should skip the alcohol altogether to reduce your risk of hangover symptoms and bloating. However, if you do decide to drink, Dr. Axe recommends sticking to just one or two glasses of wine rather than carb-heavy beer or super sugary cocktails that can bump up your caloric intake and contribute to bloating.