More and more people are choosing to hold their big day out and out rather than in a dusty old building which they’ve never stepped foot in before. It makes sense that where your wedding is held should be significant to you in some way. For many, this might be an area, or even a view rather and a specific building.
As a result, we’re finding that mobile bar hire for outdoor weddings has soared in popularity over the last few years. We have a suspicion that the desire to spend every available moment of the British summer outside is playing a part in this as well!
But how do you go about erecting a wedding venue in the middle of nowhere? What do you need and how do you make sure everything gets set up properly?
Rent a marquee
As much as we might want to be outside, we can’t always promise that the weather will let us. No one wants to get rained on in their wedding finery, and so you will need somewhere big enough for everyone to be seated comfortably.
You also don’t want to be exposed to the elements whilst you’re tucking into your meal! You marquee needs to be the first thing which arrives, which will give you time to make sure everything else is set up.
Speak to a furniture hire company
You’re going to need plenty of furniture, everything from tables and chairs, banquet seating, mobile bar hire and more. It is these details which will make your marquee feel like a wedding venue rather than a glorified tent in a field.
When you opt for mobile bar hire you will need to decide if it’s simply a front from which to serve drinks to your guest, or whether it will be taking money like a static bar would. This will be the difference between a licenses and not, so you will need to make sure you conform to all the requirements. Your mobile bar hire company will have copious experience in this area and therefore if you’re still not quite sure, they should be your first port of call.
Decide on a theme
If your wedding is themed in anyway at all (and we don’t mean anything particularly garish, simply a colour scheme could come into this bracket), you should make sure that this is clear throughout all your choices. Your mobile bar hire can be any number of colours, so if you’re sticking with duck egg blue and white, you’ll probably be better to choose a white bar. If you choose similar but not identical shades of colours and they’re placed too close to one anything, the effect can look messy rather than elegant and sophisticated.