Jordan very strongly recommends:
Keep it simple and down-to-earth, and you and your new husband can enjoy the day with your best friends and family. Instead of planning to make your wedding your big show, plan to make it genuinely fun for the guests. The more it becomes a big production, the more you kill the joy.
Control the liquor to control the fun. Although your wedding guests appreciate a hosted bar, they also tend to abuse it. Wise brides and their daddies typically control both the expense and the crowd by paying for beer, wine, and champagne, leaving mixed drinks to the guests discretion and wallets. For the sake of convenience, you probably want a couple of beverage stations, but you need a bartender at only one. The servers can fill wine and champagne glasses at the others.