Hey guys! So, today I wanted to talk with you about a wedding drink station. With so many weddings being held at outdoor venues and farms, it is so important to keep your guests hydrated!
This is something you can completely get creative with and set up in so many different ways! I always encourage my brides to be creative and show their personalities with these kinds of wedding details. You can use an antique tea cart, an old wagon or cart, a simple table with a linen, an antique chest with chippy paint, an elegant armoire, or barrels!
Today I chose to showcase this fun drink station with the old barrels. I think they are super cute and perfect for a farm event! The guests at this wedding stayed hydrated from ceremony through the bride and groom's exit!
I loved this wedding drink station so much! It was so perfect! Set up for the guests to grab a drink and go! If you are planning to have a drink station at your wedding, make sure to include water, punch and if you are in the south of course tea!
The different and drinks were labeled with a simple burlap ribbon and a paper label. This let's guests know what you are offering! It is so important that you label drinks and buffet items too! Don't forget this small detail!
Don't forget to include wedding punch on your drink station! This is a wedding tradition that dates back for years! Your grandmother will be very upset if she doesn't get cake and punch at your reception!
And if you are in the south, you have to offer tea! This bride chose unsweetened tea and allowed guests to add sweetener themselves. But it is also okay to offer both sweet tea and unsweetened tea! Here in South Carolina most brides serve sweet tea at their weddings!