Party Bar Rentals Tips

Party Bar Rentals Tips

Everyone in the world thinks they know how to party, but very few understand how to set one up. What most don’t realize is that planning any event requires time, attention to detail, and dedication. Planning a party is a commitment and it involves detailed effort to provide a quality experience for your guests.  One of the most important parts of any party is the bar. Whether it’s alcoholic or non-alcoholic follow these tips on how to rent the right items for your party bar.

Different party bars call for different rentals, but this article will give you a rundown of some necessary items to include in your event.  Start with renting tables. Rental dealers have a plethora of tables you can choose from. Among these tables you can even rent portable bar stands so that you can manage your drinks and set up in a more efficient manner. If not then opt for renting affordable rectangle tables to manage inventory behind the bar and to create a barrier in front.  For a more formal setting, rent high tables so that your guest can have spaces throughout the venue to rest their food or drink and enjoy conversation. No one likes carrying around an empty glass. Give your guests a place to reset so that they can focus more on the party. Regardless of your set up, you will need an extra table or two for a variety of reasons. You don’t want to scramble at the last minute for a table. Items like these most likely can’t be pulled out of a hat so be fully prepared for any challenges that you might face getting the party off the ground.  Once you have a portable bar(s) or tables set up, look into renting stools or high chairs for the bar and select tables. Chairs are crucial for older guests and for those attendees that may party just a little too hard. Rental companies have a plethora of portable bar, tables, and chairs styles to choose from. Whether you are looking for something simple or fancy, you local rental dealer will have what you are looking for or can point you in the right directions of someone else who help. Once the foundation is set, look into renting bar accessories such as cocktail kits, ice buckets, trashcans, mats for behind the bar, and glassware. The standard retail value of any decent cocktail set is over $50 dollars. They’re not by any means considered cheap and to have a proper party bar, you’re going to need quite a few for all the liquor and different cocktails that will be served. This includes shakers, stirrers, jiggers, bottle openers, and more.

You’re too good to mix drinks with two solo cups. Contact your local rental dealer about renting all the items you need to set up a quality party bar for your next event. Inquire about special discounts and packages that might be offered making your job easier and the cost of throwing the party more affordable. The holiday season is the party season. Take advantage of these tips to throw the best party of the year.