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Tips for How to Set Up a Tequila Bar at Your Wedding!

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Tequila wedding bar tips

Summer weddings are the perfect setting to treat your guests to a Tequila Bar! Perhaps you’re having a festive Mexican, Western, or Caribbean themed event? Or a tropical reception on a fabulous sun-kissed beach? Here, we offer tips for setting up your bar with just the right flair to match that special theme or location—from styling to serving ideas! Salud!

Tequila Bar Tips & Inspiration!

From  actual weddings and events with a tequila bar, we spotted these creative options you may consider.

Tips for How to Set Up a Tequila Bar at Your Wedding | as featured on the Wedding Bistro at Bellenza. #tequilabarweddings #tequilabar

Bar attendants – Not all your guests may be into tequila drinks. So, it might be nice to have attendants to assist them with mixing one to their taste (1)—as in this lovely vineyard wedding.

Pop of color – Call attention to your tequila station with a boldly colored display. Love this red chest of drawers (2) used here!

Modern touch – Set the tone for a modern setup with a sleek and simple sign (3), surrounded by an array of fancy tequila bottles.

Rustic chic – Give your bar both a rustic look and a glam spin, using stylish glass decanters and a charming foliage arrangement on a rough wooden table (4).

Call the ‘shots’ – Pull a surprise with tequila shots served in mini clay mugs glazed the color of terra cotta (5). Or in scooped out limes and lemons, as in this real winter wedding! (7)

His and hers – Give guests a taste of your respective tequila mix faves. Set up a ‘his and hers’ drinks station, like this fabulous one from a beach wedding. (6)

Ole! – Tequila is definitely a Mexican icon. So play this up at your bar with a multi-colored runner like a serape (8). To complement your tequila bar, how great would it be to send your guests home with mini tequila wedding favors, too! Check out this post and this post for sourcing and packaging ideas.

Image credits:  

1 – Harvard Photography, via Jay’s Catering

2 – Desiree Dawn Events / Chelsey Boatwright Photography, via Southern Weddings

3 – Q Weddings, via Snippet and Ink

4 – Em the Gem / styling by Lisa Vorce

5 – Elizabeth Lloyd Photography, via Elizabeth Anne Designs

6 – Del Sol Photography

7 – Mikkel Paige Photography

8 – Morgan Lynn Photography, via Destination Wedding Details

2 comments

  1. Such great tips love the red chest truly does add that pop of color. I love picture #6 the His and Her!

  2. Hi there, Susan! Don’t you love how creative today’s wedding bars have become?!

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