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Sunday, May 29, 2011

Wedding Coffee Bar Ideas

Many couples, when considering different options to personalize their wedding reception, investigate wedding coffee bar ideas as either a less expensive yet gourmet simple reception or a unique addition to a morning or late evening event. Fortunately, there are many tasty ways to make a delicious coffee bar part of your special day.

A coffee bar is a caffeinated twist on a simple buffet. Instead of a range of different dishes, guests are offered a range of different coffees to enjoy. Popular items to include as part of a wedding coffee bar are…
  • Different types of coffee (espresso, roasts, cappuccino, etc.)
  • Different coffee flavors
  • Unique coffee toppings or mix-ins
  • Coffee-compatible desserts

Some couples may offer a simple coffee bar for guests to create their own personalized beverages, while couples with a more generous wedding budget may opt to hire a barista or rent specialized equipment to make fancier types of coffee. Regardless of your budget, however, coffee can be a unique treat at your reception.

When to Use a Coffee Bar

With many different types of hot and cold coffees as well as dozens of possible flavors and combinations, coffee isn't just for the morning anymore. Wedding coffee bar ideas are suitable for a range of different uses for your celebration, including…
  • An end-of-evening pick up for a reception that runs late into the night
  • A central feature of a breakfast or brunch reception
  • A token of thanks for bridal party members, family members, and friends who help decorate the reception location the morning of the wedding
  • A non-alcoholic alternative to an open bar or cocktail hour between the wedding ceremony and the reception

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