How did you plan to display the dessert or beverage bar on your wedding day? Well, here are some of the creative ideas to use the old furniture at home and give it a new life on your big day. Below are some of the ideas you can use to make furniture for bar design.
Old doors and chest of drawers:
Old doors can serve as a background for the chest of drawers and paint them in similar colors and decorate the chest of drawers with flowers, fruits and leaves. You can use them to display the desserts and place the spoons, forks, straws, etc. in the drawer.
Barrel design idea:
Use two wine barrels and an old door to design a simple bar display where you can put the wooden door on top of the two barrels and put all the refreshments on the door.
This is one of the vintage ideas for using an old cart to design a portable refreshment bar where you can put fruits, drinks, and other refreshments on the cart.
Simple old table:
Use the old table to put the soft drinks on it. You can put so many drink stands on the table along with disposable glasses, and possibly decorate the table with a nice fabric cover or flowers to make it look good.
Shabby chic drawer:
This is a shabby-chic drawer in which you can put the jar of chewing gum and candy, as well as some lollipops and candy canes, in the open drawer. Doesn’t it look interesting and cool?
Head of beverage station:
Place boards on the rungs of the ladder and place so many drinking glasses on the ladder that they can be displayed. This ladder design can be easily moved and designed to place the drinks on it.
Reusing the old bathtub:
Use the old bathtub to fill the soft drink and juice or beer cans into the ice-filled tub. It can be placed around a corner where your guests can help themselves.
Old bench and pallet swing:
This is my favorite idea to implement an old bench and swing to design a refreshment / dessert bar. There you can put cakes and other desserts on the swing and a soft drink on the bench.
Old vintage shelf:
An old vintage shelf can be used to tidy up the desserts and drinks on each shelf so guests can serve themselves.