I’ll Drink to That


One of the ways to really get creative and interactive with your wedding decor is to create a fun and unique way to display your drinks.  Using my new favorite addiction, Pinterest, I’ve rounded up some of my favorite drink station ideas.  Are you going to offer a specialty drink or do a drink station for your wedding? 

{romantic classic drink station, image by Nicole Hill Gerulat Photography, styling by Amorology Weddings – see more from this wedding on Martha Stewart}

{wooden cabinet drink display, image by welovepictures via Love and Lavender}

{make your own martini bar, image by Karen Mordechai for Sunday Suppers}

{vintage drink station, image by Carlie Statsky Photography via Green Wedding Shoes}

{styling by Once Wed and The Flashdance, image by Our Labor of Love}

{Izze soda and Evian display, image by Punam Bean}

{drinks in large mason jars, styling by Amorology, image by Gideon Photography via Green Wedding Shoes}

{booze and berries station, image by flutter glass Photography from California Bohemian Wedding Inspiration}

{colorful DIY drink station, image by Beaux Arts Photographie via Style Me Pretty}

{bourbon tasting bar images by A Bryan Photo, styling by Calder Clark via Garden & Gun}

{DIY Retro Rockabilly Milkshake Bar, image by Kellie Kano}

{brunch drink station from At-Home Brunch Reception, image by Thompson Poole Photography}

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29 comments on “I’ll Drink to That

  1. I’ve never seen drink stations before – but it’s a lovely idea simply for how it looks. So pretty – thank you for the inspiration :)

    • Ami writes...

      hi shellie! yes, actually i was at home goods over the weekend and saw about 4 of them there – very pretty glass ones! hope that helps. :)

  2. oh wow love this post, i’m organising a dry wedding and am looking for a fun way to display the non alcoholic drinks to get the drinkers on side :)

  3. Thanks , I should have clarified I am in Australia, Anyone seen these or know of someone who does international shipping?

  4. Love these fantastic and original ideas. I think that doing something, anything different at a wedding to make it stand out is very important. It helps the guests figure out the personality of the bride and groom.

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