Food & Drink Station Ideas for Reception



The other week I posted a photo to our Instagram of a recent wedding that had something unique for their guests to enjoy... a popcorn bar!

Their popcorn bar had 4 types of popcorn to choose from with various flavors to sprinkle on top. To top it off, the popcorn was from a local popcornery (not sure if that is correct, but it works for me!) Mountaineer Popcorn in Shepherdstown, WV.

That was the first time I had seen a popcorn bar for guests. I have been to weddings with donuts, candy display, and end-of-the-night cookies; so I started wondering about all of the other unique stations for guests...

Well there are a lot! Below I will show a few ideas I gathered together, but if you want the full experience... head over to our Pinterest Page!

First up... PRETZELS! I love nothing more, than a hot, fresh soft pretzel dripping with butter and large salt crystals! So here is a whole table devoted to such loveliness and it offers guests accompanying dipping sauces!


Next... Ice Cream Sundaes... Offer a create-your-own station or have an eclectic ice cream truck serve your guests!


For the Fall-Lovers... Apple Cider Bar with assorted mix-ins! Don't mind if I do!


For the Bride & Groom with a sweet tooth... Cotton Candy, Waffles, or Pies!




Weddings are a unique way for the Bride & Groom to express themselves; from personal vows, to doggy-best man, to creative first dances... so it makes sense that the couple wants to make their guest's experience even more enjoyable with creative food, drink, and dessert stations! We love all of these ideas and hope to see more fun, delicious stations at The Barns!

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