Summer is here! And nothing is more useful for a summer occasion than refreshments, especially if they are cute and fun. Whether you are hosting a bridal shower, a garden wedding or a day-after brunch, drink stations are a lovely way to really get creative and interactive with your decor.
MAKE IT A TEA TASTING
Elements to create a fabulous drink station.
An iced beverage
is a refreshing way to welcome your guests to your special day. If you are tying the knot outdoors, set up a non-alcoholic drink station, Camellia Estate loose leaf tea, to help guests cool off before and/or after the ceremony.
Drink Stations make speciality cocktails or any sort of wedding drinks really stand out and set a mood during cocktail hour or at the reception.
From DIY signs and pretty straws, to glass beverage dispensers, pitchers and unique glassware... it is all in the details. If you are serving non-alcoholic beverages like lemonade or cocktails like Bellini's, beverage dispensers like these are perfect for creating impact.
They also allow drinks to be prepared well in advance and keeps them fresh and cool. I'm loving the colored sugar detail (could be salt, too) on the glassware. It is a very easy way (use food coloring) to bring prettiness to simple glassware and creating a talking point. Ribbon, banners, backgrounds and tables are other elements that you can use to create a unique beverage display that reflects your event's theme.
Depending on the beverages you choose to serve, you may want to add some garnish for your drinks.
Fruits and veggies not only are refreshing and look pretty on the cups, but they also add color and texture to the station.
Instead of beverage dispenser ask your cater to display the drinks in individual glasses or portions. They look very pretty. And limiting the amount of beverages can also help lower the costs.
Camellia Estate offers beautiful loose leaf teas for your WEDDING DAY needs via a DRINK STATION, FAVORS or THANK YOU GIFTS to the Bridal Party.