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Bride asks if it's wrong not to warn guests that there won't be alcohol at her wedding.

Bride asks if it's wrong not to warn guests that there won't be alcohol at her wedding.

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Is a wedding still a wedding without a bar?

A bride is worried that if she tells people in advance that there won't be alcohol at her wedding, then the guests won't come.

She posted on Reddit to ask people whether a dry wedding bait-and-switch would make her an a**hole.

She wrote:

My boyfriend and I are in our early 20's and have been talking about when/if we're getting married. We have already agreed on not having alcohol at the wedding. Neither of us drink. Alcoholism runs on both sides of my family and his as well. Drinking makes us uncomfortable. I'm afraid that if we let everyone know that it'll be a dry wedding, not everyone will come. I'm also afraid of everyone being upset once they arrive and find out there's no alcohol.

WIBTA if I don't inform our wedding guests about it being a dry wedding?

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