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Groom asks if he's wrong for not wanting to provide any alcohol at wedding reception.

Groom asks if he's wrong for not wanting to provide any alcohol at wedding reception.

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We all know wedding are expensive, and sometimes the booze is the priciest part. But does that mean it's okay to make your wedding a 100% dry event?

A groom recently took to Reddit to ask if he's in the wrong for not wanting to provide alcohol at his wedding. He wants to cut down on costs and says his side of the family doesn't drink anyway, while the bride thinks it's rude not to provide booze.

The groom and his wife are mostly in agreement about the wedding:

So I (M22) and my fiancee (F22) just recently got engaged. We live in southern California and plan to get married next June. The issue that came up however is catering. Since I have extended family in Canada and friends in New Zealand, I would like to pay for a decent reception. (we are both frugal) my fiancee agrees. However, the problem is that she said we need to have alcohol at the wedding.

Sources: Reddit
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