Wedding Cocktail Bar Design Ideas to Wow Your Guests

The bar is undoubtedly the most popular place during a wedding cocktail party. Cocktails are the perfect way to get people in the mood for a party. Your wedding cocktail bar is where your guests will mingle, sip your carefully chosen signature cocktail, and return throughout the night. Whatever wedding ambiance you’re looking for, there’s a great wedding bar for you. Great decor is everything to start with; it doesn’t have to be huge or expensive, just able to pull off the thrills.

Here we bring you 4 wedding cocktail bar ideas to up the game.

1. Include hashtags

Unless you’re having an intimate wedding, you’ll definitely want to develop a wedding hashtag to make your day even more memorable by implementing it into the decor of the wedding bar. Start by writing down your first and last names, as well as the date of your wedding. Then, experiment with different words to perfect your hashtag game!

2. Choose something portable and mobile

Bars on wheels are all the rage, and they’re getting cuter and cuter. For an outdoor event, you can design the cocktail cart according to the wedding theme. Drinks on Wheels is an alternative to traditional dining offerings, giving visitors a unique experience they’ll cherish for years.

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3. Use flowers for trim

Decorate a signature cocktail with an exotic flower, such as a peony, to set it apart from other cocktails you must have seen available at your friend’s wedding bar. The vibrant color will create a stir in the room, and more people will probably ask for it. While flowers and herbs are lovely as decorations, you can get a head start by turning your arrangements into garnishes. It will include the natural decor of the table in the cocktail itself.

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4. Create a statement shelf

No wedding is complete without a statement shelf, and placing fizz glasses on a shelf for guests to pick up at their leisure will elevate the size of a standard toast. The statement shelf lets you show off all the beautiful glassware you’ve paid an exorbitant amount to rent. Plus, it’s useful for bartenders who work so hard to get cocktails flowing!

The aforementioned suggestions will undoubtedly up the game of your wedding cocktail bar.

Read also: Shibani Dandekar and Farhan Akhtar to Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor: mehendi decor inspired by couples

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