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Recently I attended an event and instead of having a coffee bar there was a hot chocolate bar and we had the option of Baileys and a couple of other alcohol choices with marshmallows and whip cream to add to it. I thought it was so cool. After seeing this, I began thinking that as the wedding reception winds down and guests have indulged the wedding cake and other sweets, of course more than a few will inquire about coffee. So how about incorporating a coffee bar at your wedding reception? And since we're in the winter and holiday season, how about adding a hot chocolate bar too.
Some items to include as part of a wedding coffee bar are:
- Different types of coffee (espresso, latte, cappuccino, etc.)
- Different coffee flavors
- Unique coffee toppings or mix-ins
- Coffee compatible desserts
- Choice of hot and/or cold coffee
Coffee bars can be used at the end of the evening after dessert; they are great for a brunch reception; or even a non-alcoholic alternative to an open bar or cocktail hour between the wedding ceremony and the reception.
Below are pictures of some great coffee and hot chocolate bar ideas. Enjoy!
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