A wedding is not always a banquet. If you are hosting a celebration more like a party, having a buffet table, or just want to add a cool feature to your event, we offer an interesting option - a separate bar. Firstly, it can be a beautiful center of attraction for guests, where everyone can communicate with ease. Secondly, guests will be able to taste different drinks and order what they want themselves, rather than choose from white, red or whiskey. Thirdly, have you ever dreamed of your own bar? This is an opportunity to create it according to your taste.
What can it look like? The main thing is not to hide the bar counter in the corner of the hall, but make your bar a fully-fledged art object, which no guest will ignore. A round counter (so guests do not crowd), a minimalist bar list and an elegant bartender are always a win-win option. Add floral arrangements, beautiful glasses, photographs and champagne pyramids.
@katie_harmsworth, For Love and Living Events
Making seats near the bar is up to you. Keep in mind that you are unlikely to accommodate all guests comfortably there. It would be more logical to free up space around the bar so that the invitees can stand and chat with each other.
One of the most crucial elements in a bar's design is its menu. Do you want a sparkling neon sign or a simple white board with neat calligraphic lettering? The names of cocktails written in chalk on a blackboard or a wine list engraved on thick fabric? The menu creates the right mood and supports the overall theme of the wedding.
For Love and Living Events, @megankellyweddings
Perhaps the most interesting thing about your own bar is the opportunity to invent your own drinks. From everyone's favorite milkshakes and juicy fruit smoothies to classics like a margarita. Here you can explore the options for unusual additions in our material.
For Love and Living Events