So you’re serving something delicious at your wedding — maybe even a fabulous mocktail, for your alcohol-free event? And you want a little something extra, something to take your slightly rustic carnival rainbow colorsplosion non-theme to the next level? You could add a little vintage-flavored BLAMMO to your drinks with these paper straws.
So you’re planning out your beverage strategy for your dry wedding, or your wedding with kids and future Offbeat Mamas, or just looking to offer some non-boozy alternatives. You can surely offer sodas and coffee, but why not make their experience a little more special with fancy-shmancy mocktails? Adding fancy stemware and a garnish will put those teetotalers in the mood to party, and they won’t feel left out from any “signature cocktail” moments.
If you’re thinking of setting out hydration stations at your summer wedding wedding, here are a few options that will not only serve up yummy liquids, but will match your wedding decor — from vintage-style to nerdy and gothic.
For our wine we bought eight cases of Trader Joe’s Two-Buck Chuck (four cases of chardonnay, two merlot, two cabernet sauvignon), took off the labels, and slapped on our own. So any self-described “wine snobs” at our event wouldn’t get uptight. Since we constantly remove labels and stick new ones on for our home-brewed beer, I have a couple quick tips for anyone pulling the ol’ switcheroo to save major dollars on the bar.
This will look familiar to those of you who’ve read my book — one offbeat bride borrowed my Muglies idea for her recent wedding, complete with using the explanation copy I wrote to explain the concept to guests. Aww. 🙂