We’re all adults here, for the most part, and as adults, we have the right to be served alcohol in the coolest way possible. Your wedding is no exception! Who doesn’t love a classic wedding bar? But that’s a lot of alcohol to stock; the rule of thumb for wine is number of guests divided by 2.15 = how many bottles you should stock. For a 200 person wedding that’s 93 bottles, and that’s JUST wine! Why not cut down on alcohol costs while upping the cool factor at your wedding bar. We say, let’s ditch the glasses and serve some smiles sans verre. Here’s how!
1. Shot Pop
Booze infused popsicles? Now that’s a welcome spin on the ‘ol childhood.
Sugar and Cloth
How Sweet It Is
2. Jello Shots
Not your college dorm Jello shots… These jelly goodies are wedding-approved and seriously chic.
A Beautiful Mess
Jelly Shot Test Kitchen
3. Watermelon Keg
A backyard wedding must. Haven’t you always wanted to say the words “someone tap the watermelon”?
4. Boozy Fruit
Because now you can have your shot and eat it too! These booze-filled strawberries are the passed “app” your cocktail hour requires.
If you can make frozen fruit juice shot glasses, always do. Your guests won’t need a chaser with these tasty shooters.
6. Coconut Craze
Calling all tropical brides! Coconut shells are everyone’s dream glass. If you’re having a small wedding, this is a must-try. Offer one per guest at the start of cocktail hour to get the party started!
Cavin Elizabeth Photography
7. Cocktail On A Stick
Ditch the glass and offer your guests their cocktails fully-made and frozen.
You know you’ve been wanting to get in on the rosé gummy trend! Here’s your chance.
Kelly Bryden via Brit + Co
9. Snow Cones
We love the idea of a boozy snow cone! These slushy treats are ideal for your post-dessert dance party!
Sugar and Charm
10. Dessert Shots
Did we mention dessert? These molded cookie shot glasses look ALMOST too good to eat. We know better though…