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    aliseaodo Posts: 1,669, Reputation: 259
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    Sep 9, 2014, 06:35 PM
    40th Wedding Anniversary...
    So, need some input - my three sisters and I are putting on a dinner for my parent's 40th anniversary (three dinners actually - one in Washington, one in California, and a separate one just for them) and I'm not quite sure how to word the invites. We will be hosting the dinners themselves, and providing champagne for a toast, but we are not able to pay for all the drinks. For some reason I am feeling like adding no 'no host bar', or 'cash bar' to the invites are kind of rough. Any ideas how to input that in the invites?
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    Sep 9, 2014, 07:46 PM
    I'd provide water, iced tea, coffee, and tea. If someone wants something else, they can pay for it or read a little placard placed on the bar that says, " cash bar." What a wonderful celebration... 40 years!!

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