13 Creative Wedding Bar Ideas
Artisan Popsicle Bar
Perfect for a spring or summer wedding. Make it truly yours with fresh fruit juices and seasonal berries. “You can even try infusing your popsicles with rum or vodka for the adults!” says Anastasia Stevenson, the DIY Wedding Planner.
“Here in the South, a biscuit bar is quickly becoming a must-have,” says Anastasia Stevenson, who is based in Savannah, Georgia. Chef Nick Mueller in Savannah serves up an “Anything Goes On a Biscuit” bar, which includes warm buttermilk biscuits with pimento cheese, braised beef with gravy, bacon salad, basil aioli, sliced ham, and other condiments.
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Milk & Cookies Bar
A great alternative to a wedding cake — or just a cute dessert option. Fun cookie flavors, like Milk Bar’s Cornflake-Marshmallow-Chocolate-Chip, will liven up the display. Stevenson’s Pro tip: Serve cookies atop of shot glass of milk for a kid-friendly shooter.
Snow Cone Bar
A colorful and inexpensive option that’s perfect for the warmer months. Couples often add rum and vodka for an “adult frozen treat,” says Stevenson.