Your wedding "bar"

You might decide to have an open bar, a soft bar, or even a cash bar at your wedding. But why not take a twist on the traditional concept of a "bar" and go for something a little different. Perhaps....

1) Popcorn bar- guests will be popping over to your popcorn bar with fun flavors to try like caramel and cheddar and don’t forget the seasonings!

2) Chocolate bar- What could be more romantic than the smell and taste of chocolates? Ferro Rochers, hershey kisses, chocolate mousse… It’s proven that chocolate (especially dark chocolate) triggers the release of endorphins which make you happy and your guests happier! 

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3) Hot chocolate bar- Warm up your friends and family with white, milk, and dark chocolate varieties. Garnish with peppermint sticks, marshmallows, and a variety of cookies and treats. Oh-so cozy for a winter wedding! 

4) Raw bar- an ice sculpture featuring tiers of fresh crab legs and oysters

5) Spud bar- A retro-themed spud bar featuring potato wedges, baked potatoes, fries, and tater tots, along with various condiments and sauces. 

Food Trucks - a fun surprise for your guests

Who doesn't like a sneaky snack pull right up to your door step, curb, or cocktail hour? A quintessential city girl, I have always be a HUGE fan of any food item coming from a truck, and I was spoiled rotten while living in NYC when my favorite tacos or cupcakes were conveniently locate right outside my office door in SOHO. There is no doubt that food trucks are hitting the wedding industry in a big way. What better way to surprise your guests during cocktail hour or at the end of the night? Whether it be homemade donuts to accompany your pie and cobbler station, or french fries and sliders to satisfy the late night cravings, having a food truck pull up will put a smile on everyone's face.

Photo Credit: Chelsea Boatwright Photography

Photo Credit: Chelsea Boatwright Photography

Photo Credit: Laura Goldenberger

Photo Credit: Laura Goldenberger