Bars are definitely quests’ favorite part of the wedding! If you decide to make your wedding bar special and unique, your guests will be happy and entertained. In fact, they are going to be talking about that bar for years after the big day! Here are a few DIY Wedding Bar Ideas for all types of receptions.
Lush vines, a variety of wines, and sparkling goblets set atop a wooden table make an ideal drink station for an alfresco Tuscan-inspired reception.
Elegant and glamorous with gold accents, this champagne bar also exudes a touch of whimsy with a scripted sign and glasses full of bubble wands for the double entendre.
Nothing says “chill” like free-flowing beer from a rustic tap — your guests will love these easy pints.
Show off the fruits of sangria in sleek and elegant dispensers for a refreshing and inviting look perfect for a backyard affair.
A vintage claw foot tub makes an antique chic alternative to a bar stand for an outdoor wedding so your guests can grab and go!
We love this mod bar cart reminiscent of Mad Men, perfect for a glam 1960s-inspired intimate affair.
Who says kegs are only for college kids? Place them in a canoe with beers of your choice to add some personality to a casual reception.
Put your fruity drinks in a glass jar dispenser for a punch of color so your guests can quench their thirst quickly and easily.
A punch bowl is an easy and friendly way for guests to self-serve the night’s libations. This antique bowl, serving up a vibrant maple bourbon cocktail set atop a mahogany table, instantly classes up to this punch.
A wooden cabinet makes for a charming self-serve bar, complete with canisters of drinks, wine glasses, and playful dish towels. Your guests will feel right at home.
With an old-fashioned wagon transformed into a bar cart and an antique desk organizer playing home to some ale, this bar set-up is rich in southern sweetness.
A marble top bar set on geometric legs under a steel canopy has a minimalist feel made complete by an overhang of cascading greenery.
A barn wood bar complete with canoes transformed into liquor shelves gives a solid nod to lake life.