His n Hers Cocktails
Stylish, Modern, Fashionable
It’s the trend that has taken the wedding scene by storm in the last year and it doesn’t look like it is going anywhere in a hurry! The best way to put your own unique stamp on your reception is by picking cocktails that you love for your guests to enjoy. If you are all about the Aperol Spritz and your partner is more of the Old Fashioned type then these are the drinks to treat your guests to. A blackboard detailing your chosen drinks (named after you and your partner) is a stylish way of informing your family and friends as to their options. Have a chat with your mobile cocktail bar provider and see what they suggest you serve, or how they can best present the drinks on the day.
For added fun, when you hire a bartender to ask them to keep tabs on how many guests choose which drink and then announce the winner of the most popular cocktail choice at the end of the reception. Nothing wrong with starting your marriage with a bit of healthy competition!
Pair with: This depends on the cocktail but anything which matches the theme is a good choice! If Margarita is one of your selections then tiny tacos are a perfect pairing.
A DIY Drinks Station
Creative, Fun, Sociable
A ‘help yourself’ drinks station laden with decanters displaying colourful concoctions is a fun way to make your reception proactive and interactive. Which was exactly the reasoning behind this new and involved drinks reception format in the first
Your mobile cocktail bar can provide all of the cocktails for your drinks station, and so it’s definitely still worth choosing to hire a bartender and a mobile bar even if you do have a DIY drinks element to your wedding. You’ll need them on hand for the rest of the day, manning the wedding bar when guests want to purchase more drinks as they dance the night away.
Pair with: Another fun DIY offering – how about a meat deli where guests help themselves to charcuterie options instead of canapés?
Trendsetter, Individualistic, Cool
Non-alcoholic offerings are on the rise in our health-conscious millennial era. With more brides and grooms
Coffee bars and wedding brunches are most certainly on the up for couples who prefer their wedding
sans-spirits. Whilst a coffee station will be welcomed with open arms by the majority of your guests (especially if it’s an early ceremony) an Espresso Martini is a good way to bridge the gap between those who like their coffee a little ‘stronger’ and those who don’t. And you can’t have a brunch wedding without a Bloody Mary, Virgin or other.
Pair with: Traditional brunch choices like pastries, scrambled egg and french toast.