If you’re planning an outdoor wedding ceremony or reception in Florida, it’s important to keep guests cool, comfortable and refreshed. And as with all things weddings lately, drink stations are yet another way for a couple to express their own personal wedding style.
Welcome guests to your event with one of these 12 beverage station ideas.
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To start off, keep in mind that most guests arrive on an empty stomach. This rustic drink station provides snack options such as bread and cheese.
Photo: Little One Mag
Ditch the table and set up a distressed ladder to add an interesting visual element to your ceremony decor. Add small flower arrangements at the base for a nice pop of color.
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Convert a canoe into a fully stocked drink bar, perfect for a nautical or beach wedding.
Photo: Carlie Statsky Photography
For a vintage wedding, collect glassware or teacups to mix and match.
Set the Bar
Photo: Kojo Designs
Take inspiration from wedding food bars and design a drink bar. Whether guests are mixing their own sangria or fruit-infused water, they’ll enjoy the personalization.
Photo: Aislinn Kate Photography
While not extreme, temperatures do drop in the winter, and this hot apple cider with rum drink station is the perfect solution.
Close to Home
Home decor inspires plenty of wedding elements, and a station complete with books, props, and a wide assortment of drinks is great idea for any theme.
Photo: J. Henderson Studios
Complement your custom bottles of Jones Soda with a retro wagon. This drink station has an added bonus: the bottles can also serve as your wedding favors.
Travel in Style
Perfect for adding an elegant, feminine touch, play up presentation by placing champagne flutes inside a vintage-inspired suitcase.
Make a Stand
Photo: Wings of Glory Photography
Lemonade is often the go-to choice for drink stations, and what better way to set up the station than with a classic stand.
There’s nothing more welcoming than arriving to your very own labeled cup or mason jar.
One Step Ahead
Eliminate the hassle of guests having to create their own drinks by providing pre-mixed labeled drinks in mason jars.