Now that your wedding day is here, it seems as if all that could go wrong, does go wrong. I’m sure that one of the many things that haunt you during your wedding planning, are unruly guests. Oh yes, the ones who are hard to control and stubborn at the same time. We all have an aunt or uncle, a cousin, friend or sibling that just cannot control themselves at a party.

It may seem like this could be one of the worst things that could happen at your wedding. You’re probably picturing your old varsity friends who just love drinking a bit too much champagne or alcoholic beverages. It is just a frightening thought to see them become uncontrollable. This could very well be a reality at your wedding. Unruly guests should definitely not be a problem on one of the most important days of your life. This thought could give you a few grey hairs which is exactly what you don’t need while you’re planning for your wedding day.

So now we have to find a solution to this very real problem. Probably one of the most logical solutions to your problem is to have a limited amount of alcohol served at your wedding. This will eliminate your problem before it has the potential to start up. Alternatively, you could have a cash bar. People will not drink as much if they have to buy their own drinks. That will ensure that the problem of having many drunk guests is minimal as opposed to that if you were to have an open bar. Perhaps you could not have any alcoholic beverages on the reception tables. Removing the alcohol from the guests’ sight and immediate reach will at least slow them down. Out of sight, out of mind, right? One more solution I can give you is to have some guards on standby, just in case things get out of hand. The guards can remove any of the guests who may pose a threat to the success of your special day. It is best to inform your wedding planner of the type of guests that you will have at your wedding, so that she can give you the best advice for your situation.

This is your day to enjoy to the maximum so keep this in mind during your wedding planning. Make sure that no one and nothing will spoil your wedding for you and your partner. No matter what, at the end of your wedding you shouldn’t feel upset about anything that happened at your wedding. Your thoughts about your wedding day should be nothing short of complete and utter joy!