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Whether you’re never drinking again, taking a break from alcohol, haven’t had one sip in your entire lifetime, or abstaining for another reason altogether, fret not—there are a variety of ways to celebrate if you decide to serve (or not serve) alcohol at your wedding.

When Elizabeth Nugent got married in 1992, she and her then-husband Michael decided to have a dry wedding (read: no alcohol). “Most of our friends and family didn’t drink and we didn’t want to make the day about drinking,” she says. Instead of wine, beer and spirits, the Nugents served lemonade, iced tea, coffee, water, and soda. They subbed a Champagne toast for one with apple cider, which helped save money.

Before the Nugents wed, and certainly 30 years later, couples—who are not drinking for whatever reason—continue to host dry weddings and dry-ish weddings across America. However, these days, one major difference is that there are a plethora of non-alcoholic wines, beers, spirits, and cocktails to choose from (and give toasts with) and more creative bartending possibilities, too.

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