28 May “How to Serve Up Alcohol-Free Coolers for Non-Drinkers — 30 Tips and Ideas!” Part 2
For any Weddings, holiday gatherings, conferences—a common occurrence at any such events is — Alcohol based drinks and Cocktails! However, there are about one in four people who are either trying to reduce their drinking, or maybe not belong to the alcohol-favoring population. Nearly half of the world’s adult population is supposedly not consuming any forms of alcohol at all!! It’s important to plan for the non-drinkers at your events and offer them more options than water, soda, and coffee. Whether you’re planning a wedding with no bar, need beverage options for guests who don’t drink alcohol, or want to create a fully inclusive conference environment—we’ve got you covered with tips and ideas for alcohol-free events.
How to Serve Up Alcohol-Free Coolers for Non-Drinkers
Keep non-drinkers in mind while planning your event
The first thing you must take up is deciding whether your event will be entirely alcohol-free, or maybe include a tiny bit of alcohol (i.e., for a toast or during cocktail hour), or if you’ll allow guests to BYOB. (that’s Bring Your Own Booze, by the way)
Once you settle on the criteria for alcohol at the event, keep these things in mind as you plan:
- Though some guests may decline the invitation to a sober event, most likely the dry event will get a positive response. Non-drinking guests will feel comfortable staying longer, and guests who partake won’t miss the alcohol.
How to tell event attendees there will be no alcohol
If you choose to let guests know ahead of time that your event is sans-alcohol, share the information via word of mouth or a notice on the wedding or event website rather than on the invitation. A message that you won’t be serving alcohol and that none is permitted on the premises should suffice—no additional explanation required.
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