A £199 service fee is required for all services (deducted from the final bill for Diamond Package).
Minimum spend requirement may be determined by the size of your event but are generally not enforced under exclusive supply. A minimum cumulative bar spend of £2,000 is required for any "non-exclusive" hire. An event is considered "non-exclusive" when any aspect of the alcoholic beverage catering is either self supplied or provided by another supplier (for example, providing own table wines).
Full payment of any monies due for mobile bar and wedding packages, prepaid bar tabs, drinks tokens or any other fees due should be settled no later than 60 days prior to the date of your wedding or event.
Yes. We hold a personal alcohol license to authorise sale of alcohol under the terms of the relevant premises license or Temporary Event Notice and hold all relevant insurances to operate.
We provide premium glassware for all our services. If your venue does not permit the use of glassware or if you require plastic cups for your event, please get in touch.
No hidden charges here! We provide staff, glassware and bags full of other inclusions into our services.
This will depend on your menu. Most traditional venues such as hotels and manor houses tend to have their own bar and do not require or allow third party bar hire. A mobile bar may be the perfect solution for a dry hire venue, marquee, tipi, festival vibe or at home wedding.
Yes, we partner with both big commercial and small independent breweries to deliver your beers of choice on tap. For this service, we charge £99 hire fee and require a deposit to be paid against your keg (determined by the brewery). This is because your draft beer choice will be unique to your event and is considered perishable, and is not sold on at other events.
PDF downloads of our menus can be found on our home page, mobile bar and wedding bar pages. Our pricing is extremely competitive, with alcoholic arrival drinks starting from £4 and the majority of our cocktails well under a tenner! No London prices here...
While this is a subject for many a blog post, a safe formula is to provide an arrival, table wines (and waters) and a toast drink. Arrivals are an opportunity to be creative with cocktails, spritzers or fizzes, while toast drinks are traditionally a sparkling wine such as Prosecco or champagne. Having an evening bar with a wide selection of drinks to accommodate the varied preferences of your guests is a major benefit, as a more restrictive evening bar menu providing just beer and wine may see many of your guests missing out on their favourite tipple.
There is no right or wrong answer to this question. The responsibility for paying for drinks at a wedding can vary based on tradition and the preferences of the couple getting married. Here are a few common scenarios:
The choice ultimately depends on the couple's budget, their preferences, and the expectations of their guests. It's important to communicate the drink arrangement clearly to guests so there are no surprises during the celebration.
Most guests will not be phased by the expectation to pull out their wallets or purses for their favourite drinks; Trust us on this!
We believe that drinks catering should be a relatively low priority on the wedding budget, so long as there is a bar on site for your guests to enjoy.