5 wine bar alternatives for your wedding day

Have you attended a wedding and enjoyed a wine or a pimp your prosecco bar? They are so much fun for your guests to enjoy while adding a touch of uniqueness to your wedding day. If you want to incorporate a bar into your wedding, we have five great options to help kick start your inspiration!

Cocktail Bar

Nothing screams celebration quite like a cocktail bar. From a classic gin fizz to something personalised to the bride and groom, a cocktail bar becomes an excellent hangout for your guests, especially once the evening reception starts! Pick a theme and run with it, or go for a more traditional vibe. Either way, your guests are sure to love it.

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Cake Bar

As a complement to your wedding cake, or in place of a wedding cake, a cake bar is a serious crowd-pleaser with all guests. Many brides and grooms opt for cupcakes instead of one large wedding cake, as it leaves less wastage than a traditional tiered cake. However, you don’t have to be restricted to just cupcakes, have some fun with cake pops or mini desserts.

Sundae Bar

Sundae bars are enjoyable, offering a unique option for your wedding day. You can go all out with a build your own sundae bar or have a set sundae ‘menu’. If your venue can’t accommodate a sundae bar don’t dismay, there are catering firms that can help you build your vision.

Smoothie Bar

If you are looking for a drink option that the children can get involved in, smoothie bars are a great way to go. Juice and smoothie bars provide a range of options to your guests, from the sweet to the nutrient-filled. Using local produce is a perfectly easy way to be more sustainable with your wedding planning.

Confectionery Bar

Who doesn’t love sweets and treats? No bar will put a smile on every guest’s face, quite like something that offers sweets. Popcorn, doughnuts and a retro confectionery bar will have everyone talking about your wedding day and double up as a wonderful treat for guest’s to take home.

What other bars have you seen used at a wedding?


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