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I have just come across this post and it resonates with me. One of my client's sister's was talking about this last weekend (I was doing her sister's wedding make-up) and she said that she regretted having one. If it were an option, then bring it out late after everyone has eaten well and operate for a limited period only. Apparently for her wedding (luckily in a marquee at the parent's luxury estate!! and not at a venue), a certain amount of naughty boys got trashed and managed to fall against one of the marquee walls unpegging it somewhat!! Repairs had to be made before the party could continue!
My other half wants one for the wedding I will be pleased to share your story boobear as I am not overly keen! Although he hasn't mentioned it for a while maybe he has forgotten about it
Our 22nd June 2013 vintagey wedding planning thread -
We considered having one of these as they do look cool, but before we had booked our venue we were still thinking of a city wedding and those places needed that extra bit of decoration.
Although the prices to buy bottles of vodka etc were very steep, one venue was charging £70 a bottle. I know what my friends are like and I couldn't give them just one bottle and tell them to play nice!
We've now decided against the idea as it wouldn't suit our venue. Still think they're great. Got to say I'm happy to be saving the £500+ it was going to cost as we were looking at doing a combined luge and seating plan.
We haven't considered one; I'm not sure they necessariy suit the feel of our venue and wedding. To be honest, I think they are more suited to parties than weddings.