Want to go one step further than a specialty cocktail? A specialty bar can be a wonderful touch. One note of caution: Think long and hard before setting up a shot bar or any bar where people are downing a high proof alcohol at a rapid rate. You don’t want guests sloshed before they get to the reception. A martini bar or sangria bar is one elegant option; wrangle in guests who aren’t seasoned martini drinkers by featuring an array of flavors. For a tropical wedding try a margarita or daiquiri bar. Or set up a wine bar with six different varietals and tasting notes by the bottles. If you’re unsure of the different option take a look below at some of the most stylish drink bars around.Love this bourbon bar and I’m sure your groom and his groomsmen will love it just as much.A Mojito bar is perfect for a spring or summer wedding and you can add colorful fruit to go along with the colors in your decor.A Bloody Mary bar would be a perfect set up for cocktail hour. It will give your guests a chance to mingle and it’s a fun way for your guests to be creative.
A wine bar is perfect for an evening wedding and would be paired perfectly with some cheese and crackers.Champagne is must and what better way to serve it than by setting up a champagne bar.If you’re looking for a more modern style beverage think about a Moscow Mule bar and let your guests take home the copper mugs with them.A Martini bar is a fun specialty bar and you can include a bartender to pour them up just right.A Beer bar would be the perfect specialty bar for a hot summer night wedding.If you’re getting married somewhere tropical or just like margarita’s in general, set up a create-your-own margarita bar.I love the idea of having a brides bar and a grooms bar, and your guests will love it too!
Best of luck planning