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Your Wedding Wine
Article submitted by Once Upon A Vine

What better addition to a joyful wedding: ".and wine that makes the heart of mortal man rejoice". Ps. 104:15

Your wedding plans will include many occasions when your own wine will be not only extremely economical, but it can also be customized, creative, not to mention DELICIOUS! Whether it is enjoyed at the engagement dinner, wedding rehearsal dinner, bridal showers, backyard weddings, wedding give-aways, or gift-opening parties, your guests will always appreciate nicely aged wine.

There is a huge variety of wines that can be made for your wedding - Red, White, Blush or Sparkling. Also consider ciders or wine coolers for a refreshing summer time drink.

How much wine will you need? The rule of thumb for a meal is ½ bottle per person. You will want to account for functions that extend into the evening and also consider what other beverages you are offering. Remember, although you do not want to encourage over-drinking. any excess that you make will be a nice beginning for your wine cellar!

Bottling your wine in 375ml bottles with custom labels makes delightful thank you give-aways for your guests. Or you can use these bottles as a sentimental "place-card" at each table setting.

Tip: For wedding receptions that include dancing, have plenty of fresh cold water on hand for thirsty guests!

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