Jennifer Aniston's Fiance Asks Her to Make a Troubling Choice for the Wedding

jennifer aniston, justin therouxWhether it's your first or fifth, weddings are stressful. So I sympathize with Jennifer Aniston and her fiance Justin Theroux because no matter how in love they may be, they will inevitably annoy the hell out of each other as they plan the big day. Now it seems the couple has run into one major hiccup surrounding the nuptials. According to Radar Online, Justin is asking Jen to sacrifice something a lot of brides would NEVER want to give up.

He reportedly is insisting on a dry wedding. As in no alcohol. WTF??!! A dry wedding sounds about as much fun as an Amish barn raising. Sure, it gets the job done, but is it really a celebration?

That's not to say that everyone needs booze to have a good time, but it ups the celebratory mood for quite a few. Apparently the actor is on some huge health kick and wants Jen to stop drinking too. "The older Justin gets, the more he’s become a super health freak, and he wants Jen to follow suit. She’s definitely slowed down her boozing since she and Justin hooked up, but she still loves two or three glasses of wine every night. Justin’s hope is that she’s going to give that up soon," a source told the site.

I understand cutting back on the booze in general, but I can't blame Jen if she gives some push back on this issue. She reportedly laughed when he first brought it up. Who could blame her? She has said before that she loves her glass of vino. But having an open bar isn't just for her sake -- what about her guests? It's the first place friends and family look for as soon as they enter the reception. I'm sure she doesn't want to disappoint.

Do you think it's a good idea to have a dry wedding?


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nonmember avatar LIL

I usually dont comment, but you've got to be kidding me, not drinking is a sacrifice? Three glasses of wine would have me hammered but you think thats ok to do every night? Maybe he doesnt want people to get drunk on hus dime. One drunk person can tuin an entire wedding.`

Torra... TorranceMom

"A dry wedding sounds about as much fun as an Amish barn raising. Sure, it gets the job done, but is it really a celebration?"  Ericka, I've heard some pretty dumb sh*t spew out of that hold in your face before but this comment takes the cake.  If you can't celebrate special events in your life without alcohol, it may be time for you to get yourself into a program.  

Knitt... KnittyTina

Perhaps they could compromise and just put one bottle of a nice wine or champagne for toasting on each table for the guests to drink while eating dinner.  That way, people can still have a nice glass of alcohol and it should cut back on anyone getting drunk since they will be eating along with it. 

youth... youthfulsoul

Way to impose your health beliefs on everyone else. I, too, think it sounds pretty boring. 

Judy Tarver

You're reporting on a wedding as though it really will happen. I don't see Jen getting married ever. Every article is negative. I love her hair in this picture. lol

Rebecca Enerson

Justin's last ditch effort to get out--and the hag does need to stop drinking-her and Chelsea must be hideous when they are slamming vodka and Ambien and gossiping about everyone-eh gads what hags--she should just consider herself lucky he is still even considering marrying her-she is going bald and starting menopause and she never could act-and honestly wheteher poor old jens drinks or not she is still the most boring person on the planet

nonmember avatar Dlo

Those are hair extensions, she got her hair cut short & thought it made her look old!

nonmember avatar Emerson

What's wrong with not wanting to pay for people to get obnoxiously drunk at your wedding? If you can't go to a wedding and be happy for the couple without alcohol in your system, maybe you don't need to be there.

I don't see anything wrong with a dry wedding.

Patsy McQuitty

I see absolutely nothing wrong in a "dry wedding" after all your  there to see them get married, and you certainly should be able to enjoy yourself without alchol.. If you absolutely cannot see yourself attending without alchol, then stay home.  Without alchol I bet nobody will get stopped for DUI and won't go home mad with thier dates or mates, and all will get home safely.

Patsy McQuitty

Altho I agree for a dry wedding, I disagree with all the negative remarks made here about Jennifer.  I adore everything about her, think she's one of the nicest people around.  I've never read about anything she's said nasty about anyone.  She's always nice, cheerful, funny and always beautiful. 

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