Four Drink Stations to Make Your Bachelorette Party a Day to Remember

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Whether you are a BOH whose friend is tying the knot soon or a bride-to-be, chances are you will be hosting a bridal shower or bachelorette party. If the latter option is your case, remember that bachelorette parties and alcohol go hand in hand, meaning that it’s time to think about a nice cocktail bar. To make its decoration hassle-free and the result exceed all your expectations, check out these displays!

Neat & Refined

Needless to say, nothing screams bachelorette party like a mimosa bar. If you are looking for something neat and refined yet one-of-a-kind, you can try out this elegant mimosa bar. For the backdrop, you’ll need a piece of dust pink craft paper, a pack of our glitter foam sheets for the signage, our bouquet of light yellow/white peonies and hydrangeas, pink roses, orange chrysanthemums, and our newly arrived eucalyptus sprays. When you are done with the backdrop, pull out a couple of bottles of bubbly, serve juices (we suggest opting for orange, mango, pineapple, and lemonade juices), put your toppings (blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries) in our white dessert bowls, and don’t forget about glasses with our paper straws. For a personalized touch (and to let everyone know what’s inside those multiple bottles and bowls), you can use printables of your choice.

Vintage Dressing Table Bar

Got an old dressing table? Well, you are in luck – if you are looking to create something uber-feminine for your bachelorette party, look no further than this jazzy dessert table, which you can repurpose for your party drinks! First off, to make the backdrop, you’ll have to drape your dressing table with a piece of big Payette sequin fabric and top it off with a black signage of your choice. After that, fill your bar with everything you need for your cocktails (serving them on our rose gold cake stands of different heights will add some volume and dimension into your bar), add rose gold paper straws, and include fuchsia ribbons for the pops of color. In the end, you can trim your bar with our black, fuchsia, and gold balloon tassels.

Fluffy Bar

To transform your and your guests’ cocktail drinking experience into a fanciful journey with a realm of endless feather boas and never-ending pineapples, you can give a chance to this fluffy bar. To recreate the backdrop, you’ll need to stock up on our turkey feather boas and giant peony paper flowers in fuchsia (or hot pink), pink, and white. To cut out the signage, you can use our glitter foam sheets. When the backdrop is ready, fill your bar with whatever you find suitable and don’t forget about paper napkins in the theme color, cups, and paper straws.

Bubbly Bar

There’s no better way to mark the importance of the occasion than to uncork a bottle of bubbly. If you are nodding “yes”, you can surprise your gals with this bubbly bar. First off, to imitate the bubbles for your backdrop, inflate our white, ivory, gold, and silver latex balloons so that they are of different sizes and glue them to the wall. After that, cover your table with a simple ivory tablecloth and trim it with glitter foam letters. Once you are done, feel free to fill your bar with champagne glasses on clear cupcake stands, paper straws, bottles of juice, and toppings for mimosas. In the end, finish everything off with our votives in clear candle holders and silk flowers in vintage glass bottles.

Last but not least, these are only a few options of how you can serve your favorite cocktails. Either way, we are always ready to help you with all the needed decorations and party supplies. Which are your favorite drink stations? Please let us know in the comments below!

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