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Open a Drink and Raise Your Glass - CHEERS!

You are having an event and starting to think of what booze to serve to your guests. The normal beer, wine and spirits are not going to "WOW" them, so what will? With so many different options out there that can make a statement for your special day, let's dive into what can be added to personalize and make the event POP!

Specialty Cocktails

Ever tried the "Blushing Bride", "Berry Happy Together", "Something Blue", or the "Groom"? By adding some of your favorite drink receipts and naming them is a great way to give the guests a little dash of you while tantalizing the tastebuds with a great beverage. Have fun with your specialty cocktails by calling them after each other or your animals or something in regards to your event theme. Another idea is to put the cocktails in a fun unique glass or maybe even one that acts as a favor. Personalized guest glasses with their names can direct them to their dinner table as well as something they can use throughout the evening, such as wine glasses, copper mugs, mason jars or other fun glasses.

Event Favors

While on the topic of guest take home treats, maybe you don't want to do a personalized glass. Don't fret as there are many other ideas. Bottle openers are a great option to tie together a wedding theme as well as giving something to the guests that they can use and easily travel with. For the wine lovers a Bottle Stopper, the party animals who like hard alcohol a shot glass is great or something that works for everyone are coasters.

The Bar

Creating a fun atmosphere for your bar can be a show stopper as well. Rent a unique bar! Something that lights up, is a different shape, one that has a custom wrap. Enhance one part of the bar by adding tap trucks, cocktail trikes or a beer burro to wander the event. On the not so elaborate add ons but ones that guests like to use are monogrammed napkins, custom stir sticks or straws.

There are many more ways to create a signature surrounding the beverages and bar. Have fun with it. Make the guests want to raise their glass and toast the happy couple. CHEERS!

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