Planning a wedding can be a stressful, arduous time even though it is filled with love and excitement. From wedding venues to the perfect dress to guest lists to a menu that will make everyone happy, there are a seemingly endless number of things to be decided, purchases, created, and arranged.
The bar, of course, reflects another important choice. Should it be an open bar? A cash bar? Do you tip the bartender still at a wedding reception? If you and your soon to be spouse are prioritizing the bar as one of the most important parts of your wedding, it’s important to look at wedding venues that will allow alcohol on site. Wedding venues range and differ, but most will accommodate whatever type of bar that you choose to have at your wedding. Some wedding venues will even provide the bar themselves for an additional fee.
And when it comes to the bar at your wedding, it’s important to consider what type of drinks you want. Beer is always a must, but so it wine. Organic wine can provide an even elevated drinking experience, and offering a wide variety of wines, from pinot noir to riesling can help to please all of your guests.
In fact, some wineries even double as wedding venues. If wine is one of your passions, choosing a winery for your wedding venue could be the perfect fit. Not only are wineries gorgeous, with their rows of vines and grapes, but you can also be assured that the quality of the wine will be high. If your family loves wine as well, it might even be an option to offer a large variety of wines at your wedding, so you can fully sample what the winery has to offer.
When looking at wedding venues and wineries, you will probably want to go to a tasting at the wineries that you’re considering. You want to not only make sure that you like the space but, of course, the wine itself. Going to a tasting can help you get a feel for the winery and assure you that you are making the right decision in picking your wedding venue.
Wedding planning has so many components to it that it’s easy to get overwhelmed. But don’t forget to have fun with it too – imagine incorporating wine tasting as part of your wedding planning!