Bartender For Wedding And Mobile Bar Services Package For Toronto And Ontario

Looking for a bar package and bartender for a wedding event? You are in the right place! There are many pieces to the wedding bar service puzzle including alcohol permits, insurance, rentals (e.g glassware and bar rental for wedding), and food and ice suppliers, alcohol suppliers, and staff. For a great quality wedding bartender service all these components need to work together in harmony. Without experience, proper systems, and suppliers you can depend on is a risk to your wedding event.

Why risk your special day? Our bar services for weddings helps you to simplify the execution of your event by helping you with all the planning, staffing, beverages, and rentals. The following is an overview of the wedding beverage types and formats we offer, and answers to frequently asked questions.

Wedding Mobile Bar Service Types

Wedding Wine & Beer Service

A wedding bar that serves beer and/or wine is a great option for those who want to have alcohol options available, however want to keep the budget modest. Sometimes couples are even looking for a wine or craft beer theme for their wedding.

Often this wine and beer service is combined with a soda and juice package to support the non-alcoholic wedding drinks from the same mobile bar.

Looking for the best wine for a wedding champagne toast? Wondering which beer to serve at a wedding? We can help you select beer and wedding wine options that meet your budget and pair well with your food served.

Mobile Wedding Beer And Wine Bartender Service
Wedding Bar Service

Mixed Drinks

Often wedding bar services feature classic mixed drinks. A mixed drink is an alcoholic drink made with a spirit and a mixer like soda and juice, with simple garnishing with lemon or lime. Think of a rum and coke, or a vodka soda.

With this style of drink service we spice things up with premium mixers such Fever Tree Tonic water and freshly made soda water for maximum fizz.  We also bring fresh lemons and limes!

The mixed drink service also covers your non-alcoholic beverage service with soda and juice options including cola, diet cola, lemon-lime soda, ginger ale, orange juice, cranberry juice, and soda water.

Wedding Cocktail Catering

Want to organize an exclusive cocktail or menu for your wedding? Renting our wedding bartenders is a great start!

Our wedding mixologist services can handle a wedding of any size. Choose from an eclectic, wide-ranging menu. What’s more, we are portable! Access a mixologist near you, no matter your location.

Our tasty cocktail catering ingredients are made from fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Big cube clear ice and quality syrups round up the elevated experience for you.

Wondering how many bartenders you need for a wedding cocktail service? Crafting delicious cocktails and mocktails requires more time than other drink types due to the extra steps involved in creating these drink types. Our standard for a mobile cocktail bar wedding service is one bartender for every 50 guests (a rate of service of approximately 50 drinks per hour).

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Wedding Cocktail Catering
Wedding Mocktail Bar

Mocktail Bar For Wedding

Sometimes wedding couples choose to fogo wedding alcohol packages altogether for religious or cultural reasons, or simply themselves or their guests prefer to not drink alcohol. A great option to spice up your wedding bar service is to offer a wedding mocktail bar. This is our speciality!

Mocktails these days are all the rage, and we offer an innovative menu of mocktails that closely emulate the flavours of classic cocktails or ones that don’t and simply taste amazing!

Sometimes a couple still wants an alcohol and non-alcohol version of the same drink to offer guests. We call this a hybrid drink. Take for example a classic Aperol Spritz. This drink features prosecco, Aperol, and Soda. We can do a non-alcoholic mocktail version that tastes almost identical using Lyres Italian Spritz as the substitute for Aperol and Gruvi Dry Secco as a substitute for the prosecco. Mocktails that use non-alcoholic wines and spirits are priced higher because these ingredients are similar in cost to alcohol. Get in touch today to learn about the best mocktails for a wedding!

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Wedding Bar Service Station Formats

Portable Wedding Bars For Rent

Portable Bar Rental For Wedding

Our premium mobile bar rentals for weddings

are designed to compliment a variety of themes.

We offer mobile bars with the following features and options:

  • Modern white or rustic wood option.
  • Glow LED option with any colour.
  • Modular design allows for the exact bar size you need.
  • High performance workstation equipped with ice wells, garnish trays, and speed rail.
  • Customisable bar front with your own design such as a monogram, picture, or pattern.
  • Expandable design to fit your size requirements.

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Wedding Bar Rentals

Wedding Bar Truck

Our wedding alcohol truck is uniquely designed to service wedding events. A bar truck is a great solution if you are planning for a bar space in an un-tented area or you are planning to move the bar location during the service. Our wedding bar alcohol trucks have the following features and options:

  • Customizable with your own design on the side of the truck.
  • Neutral white to compliment a variety of wedding colour themes.
  • Space efficient to fit in a typical driveway or compact service location.
  • Shelf for placement of a wedding drink menu or decorations such as flowers.

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Wedding Bar Truck


Frequently Asked Questions

faq What Options Do You Have For A His And Hers Signature Drink?

Often couples choose to combine their wedding open bar service with a specialty cocktail or mocktail that has meaning to them, often referred to as a his and hers drink. For example this could be a classic drink that is memorable from a vacation such as a mojito, or simply something the bride or groom enjoys like a smoked old fashioned.

We offer various options of customization of your cocktail or mocktail menu including:

  • Creation of a wedding signature drink.
  • Renaming an existing drink.
  • Creating a custom menu design.

faq Do You Serve Other Types Of Wedding Beverages?

All wedding events include beverages that need to be served that consist of alcohol packages or non-alcoholic options. The number of wedding beverage options can feel overwhelming. Our bartender for wedding service helps to simplify your life by aggregating all of these beverage options from a single mobile bar or a combination of full serve or self serve stations saving you money and time coordinating with multiple vendors. The other beverages we can help with include: mocktails, fresh juices, smoothies, lemonades, coffee, tea, and hot chocolate.

faq What are the different tiers of wedding alcohol package options?

Open bars generally include spirits, as well as beer and wine. Within each of these liquor categories there are three tiers of pricing. Our wedding alcohol packages are not based on tiers because often couples choose to combine various tiers of alcohol options.

First Tier: Well Drinks

The term “well” refers to bar-rail drinks, referring to the rail along where the bartender mixes drinks. Well liquor is the generic alcohol a bar uses for drinks.

Some examples of well liquor are:

  • Jack Daniel’s Whiskey
  • Smirnoff Vodka
  • Beefeater Gin
  • Sauza Tequila
  • Woodbridge By Robert Mondavi Merlot Wine
  • Oggi Botter Pinot Grigio DOC Wine
  • Bud Light
  • Molson Canadian

Second Tier: Call Drinks

Call liquors are usually of slightly better quality than well liquors. A call drink gets its name from specifying (i.e., calls) the exact brand or brands of liquor to be used.

Some examples of call liquor are:

  • Auchentoshan 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Grey Goose Vodka
  • Hendricks Gin
  • Tromba Tequila
  • Decoy Chardonnay
  • Kim Crawford Savignon Blanc
  • Lohr Seven Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Guinness Beer
  • Stella Artois
  • Corona

Third Tier: Top Shelf / Premium

The name Top Shelf comes from the bottles on the highest shelves behind a bar. Though there’s no hard rule as to cost, these tend to be bottles that would retail for $100 or more in a store. These bottles typically are not in full swing for all the guests at a wedding, however the bride and groom may have a few of these bottles behind the bar for the wedding party and themselves.

Some examples of top shelf liquor are:

  • Plantation XO 20th Anniversary Rum
  • Cenote Tequila Anejo
  • Michter’s Us1 Small Batch Kentucky Bourbon
  • Remy Martin VSOP Cognac
  • The Balvenie 12 Year Old Doublewood Scotch Whisky
  • Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon

faq What Is Your Bartender For Wedding Service Cost?

The pricing for a wedding bar service is quite intuitive; the more options you give guests, and the more premium those options, the more it will cost. With our services there is no venue overhead cost to cover, so generally speaking plugging our services into the venue will be more cost efficient than the venue services. One cost difference between our services and a venue bartender services is that we charge for travel, and potentially overnight accommodations if the travel distance and service duration is over a 13 hour shift.

Our approach to quoting a wedding event bar service is consultative and takes into account each couples individual needs. For example if your venue doesn’t have a bar rental for a wedding, we can help you with this option. We have a variety of options to meet the couples requirements and budget, so to get you an accurate quote please get in touch with us. We promise we will make hiring a bartender for your wedding a breeze!

faq Should I Do A Tonnie Bar Or Cash Bar Wedding?

While at first glance charging guests for drinks seems like a great way to save money on your wedding bar service, there are some important considerations for this.

Firstly you have to consider the objective of charging for drinks. Sometimes couples are simply aiming to recoup part of the cost of their service or limiting alcohol consumption. In this case a Tonnie bar at a wedding may be an option. With a Stag and Doe however, the objective is often to raise money for the wedding by charging for tickets and drinks, so the drink price would need to be higher.

Secondly you have to consider the consequences of charging for drinks. Collecting payments of any type will slow the bar service down, and you may require additional staff at an extra cost to off-set the slowdown in service. You have to weigh the cost and benefits to determine what is best. We can help you with your decision to charge for drinks or not, and what amount to charge. Get in touch today!

faq What type of bartender for wedding events do you help with?

We provide bar services for weddings event types such as:

  • Reception.
  • Engagement.
  • Bachelorette or Bachelor Parties.
  • Stag and Doe.
  • Mehndi and Sangeet.

Get in touch today if you are looking for a bartending service for weddings!

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