Thursday, June 4, 2009

DIY: How to stock your own wedding bar

Unless you plan on having a dry reception, there will most likely be alcohol served at your wedding. It is a celebration after all. Many venues are allowing couples to save money and customize the experience by bringing in their own alcohol. Even if you are only able to bring in wine, (which I highly recommend as a great way to feature your favorite local wines and save some $$) you may be wondering how much of everything you will need. Fear not! Real Simple has a great Wedding Wine & Liquor Calculator. Also works great for rehearsal dinners.

6 comments:

  1. You are a lifesaver - I never would have found this on my own or even thought to google "wedding alcohol calculator"!

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  3. You start the day at 9AM and have a lunch break. Alba told us that most people finish by 2 or 3, though we went all the way till 5 -- It took us awhile to decide on a style, and we used Pt which has a high melting point, so the melting step was long. At the end you get champagne to celebrate. bobbleheads

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  4. Wedding is a important day for every person's life,so make this important day more memorable with an effective bar.Thanks for the suggestions.
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