Tips For Renting A Mobile Wedding Bar For Your Wedding


If you are going to be having a wedding soon, you will probably want to provide your guests with alcoholic beverages. There are various ways that you can provide alcoholic beverages for your guests. One option is to use a mobile wedding bar rental, which might be in the form of a food truck or van that will be parked at your outdoor wedding venue. If you want to rent one of these mobile wedding bars, these tips should help.

Find Out Which Drinks Will Be Offered

Naturally, you will want to be sure that there are plenty of nice drinks available for you and your guests at your wedding. You will probably want to ask about the different types of beer and wine that are available, what types of liquor are offered, and what kinds of mixers are available. If you have a few favorites, don't be afraid to speak up, since many mobile wedding bars are more than happy to accommodate your requests. You might want to ask about whether or not they offer sodas, juices, coffee, and other non-alcoholic beverages, since you'll obviously want to offer non-alcoholic options. Then, if the mobile wedding bar does not offer these things, you can make other arrangements to do so.

Make Sure They Have a Permit

It might seem like you could hire a friend, family member, or acquaintance to host your wedding bar, but you should know that there are strict laws about these things in many places. Make sure that you use a licensed business that will get the proper permits for the event, if necessary. The right business should know about the laws and know what to do. Then, you can make sure that your wedding bar doesn't get shut down during your wedding and that there aren't any fines or legal issues for you to worry about.

Determine if it Will Be an Open Bar

Some couples allow their guests to pay for their own alcoholic beverages. This may be your best option if you're having a wedding on a really tight budget. Some couples pay for only beer and wine and allow their guests to buy other drinks at their expense. You may even want to pay for your guests' drinks, but you might want to set a limit so you don't end up with an unexpectedly expensive bar tab. It's a good idea to discuss these matters with someone from the wedding bar business beforehand.


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