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Response: Im a recovering Alcoholic myself and am planning on serving alcohol at my own wedding the groom is also a recovering alcoholic we cant get far with avoiding alcohol we just need to choose not to drink. I would let your brother know that there will or wont be alcohol there and tell him he is welcome to bring along someone for support and that you are proud of him in his sobriety. Speaking for myself which is the only thing I can do I dont want others to change what they do just because I decide to change what I do. I really hope this helps. Take care and enjoy!


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