Constructing a Drink Bar

I love this wine barrel bar:


I thought I’d try to add some drift wood and a shelf the concept, like in this photo:


But instead of using driftwood to hold up the second layer, I thought using stacked flagstones would be beautiful. Here it is, in the process of getting set up:


I love it! The walnut burl slab as the shelf is gorgeous, and the flat flagstone rocks are as well. Four glass beverage containers fit perfectly on it, and lifted up like they are on the second shelf will be easier for guests to turn the nozzle on the dispensers to get their drinks.

And it’s a big plus that this design saves me tons of time–I won’t have to glue small pieces of driftwood all over two cinder blocks like I’d previously planned to do.

Have you constructed any major elements of your wedding like a beverage bar? Do tell!


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  1. […] We’re going to hang the escort card mirror from its white silk ribbon from a branch of a huge old white oak tree, right next to the beverage bar. […]

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