Mason jars made a brilliant but brief debut on the scene of wedding wonders but now there’s an innovative trend that’s changing the way weddings are done, the DIY cocktail bar. This bar brings beautiful benefits to the affair and works well within any budget. No need to splurge on alcohol when you can create a DIY cocktail bar that shakes, stirs and even freezes any style drink desired. The only thing missing is the bartender and there is usually always a friend or relative willing to take on that task. Arm your bar with the proper supplies, design a mix-n-blend stations that will give a wow factor like never before. Follow these tips to design a cocktail bar for your wedding day.

1. The Barkeeper

It isn’t necessary to enlist the skills and services of a professional bartender unless that is your desire. However, it is best to have someone with a bit of bar skills and drink knowledge to oversee this area. Consider asking friends of the family to suggest someone that is really good with creating mixed drinks, shots or whatever the served beverages may consist of for the evening. Select someone with a sense of authority (over 21) to politely see to it that guests aren’t overindulging in the alcoholic delights.

Photorgapher: Marissa Lambert photography

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