Creating Bubbly Bar Decor for an Engagement Party is a fun way to serve drinks to your guests. For Gloria and Georges recent party, they decided to have a champagne bar with an assortment of juices. This made it easy for guests to create their own favorite mixture of flavors.
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The Pinterest Challenge is a fun one each month. It’s coordinated by Erlene from My Pinterventures each month. We’re all encouraged to make one of the pins that we’ve saved and we encourage you to not just save, but make your pinspiration projects, too! This month, we’re sharing our version of a Bubbly Bar for an Engagement Party. Gloria and Georges hosted a combination engagement party and house warming party a couple of weeks ago. Gloria found a fun idea for a bubbly bar on Pinterest and we had fun putting our spin on it together.
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Erlene – My Pinterventures • Jenny – Cookies Coffee and Crafts
T’onna – Sew Crafty Crochet • Julie – Sum of their Stories
Erin – The DIY Nuts • Roseann – This Autoimmune Life
Beverly – Across the Boulevard • Kristie – Love My Little Cottage • Cherryl – Farm Girl Reformed
Leslie – Once Upon a Time & Happily Ever After • Terri – Our Good Life
Lauren – Mom Home Guide • Joanne – Our Unschooling Journey
Shirley – Intelligent Domestications • Gail – Purple Hues and Me
• Kristie – Teadoddles • Alayna – Alayna’s Creations • Susan – Suzerspace
Lydia – Lydia’s Flexitarian Kitchen • Terrie – Decorate and More with Tip• Marci – Stone Cottage Adeventures
Gloria already had a few of the swing top bottles, but she bought a couple more from Amazon. Using my Cricut Design Space, I made the juice labels for each bottle. The font is Magnolia Sky.
To keep the champagne chilled, she used an acrylic bucket. The theme of their party was “Pop the Champagne” so I made the vinyl lettering for that and attached it to the bucket. Lots of rose gold accents were used at the party and these disposable cups were perfect.
The berry baskets were items that Gloria had on hand. They were just right for serving an assortment of fruits for garnishes for the champagne cocktails. How fun are these napkins? They are perfect for any celebration.
This bubbly bar sign was also inspired by a pin that she Gloria had saved. Using my Cricut with a copper Cricut pen, card stock, and a silver frame I put this fun sign together. The main text is Alexis Mattox Emma Rae font and Algebra font for Enjoy.
The bubbly bar was a hit with everyone and it made it easy for guests to enjoy. If you prefer a non alcoholic version, substitute the champagne or sparkling wine with sparkling cider. Welch’s makes a sparkling non alcoholic Rose!Create a Bubbly Bar for your next party that's sure to be a hit with your guests! #BubblyBar #ChampagneBar #PartyIdeas #EngagementPartyDecor Click To Tweet
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Bubbly Bar Decor for Engagement Party
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