A: About 99% of couples use plastic cups, we suggest you do the same. It eliminates an extra cost and headache. Also most venues prefer plastic cups because it reduces the liability of broken glass. We suggest the 12-16oz solo cups and will put a suggested quantity on your shopping list.
We add wine, beer, and common mixers for traditional cocktails to your shopping list, that way we can accommodate all drinkers.
No, the reason why is that at most weddings the guests gravitate towards cocktails because it’s a touch classier and it’s something they traditionally don’t have at home. We suggest cases of beer because we can chill them as we need them and you can return anything unused to most liquor stores. Plus, with kegs we are at the mercy of a tapper and a bad tapper can cause longer serve times.
We suggest cans for the following reasons, they are more economical, get colder faster, and venues prefer them because they don’t have to worry about them breaking on the dance floor.
Absolutely not, we card everyone that looks under 21, this means even bridesmaids. Please respect us and have your ID ready for your first drink. Also, your mother can’t promise me your 21…go get you’re ID please. Same rules as a bar.
No, we have found that most venues have outlawed shots, so out of respect for them we don’t serve shots. It invites risk and liability, we make great drinks, please enjoy responsibly.
No, under our insurance policy every drop of alcohol needs to be served by us to stay in compliance.