18 Champagne Bubbly Bar Ideas

You can never be too prepared when preparing the perfect champagne bubbly bar! It’s always good to have lots of options and ideas on hand so whenever the need to celebrate strikes, you’re ready. Be it New Year’s, a wedding anniversary, or even a milestone breakthrough, champagne is always in good taste. How you present that champagne, is up to you. From small bar carts, to large tabletop displays, and even into ice carved champagne chillers, there are so many options. I’ve put together some of my favorite ideas that I’ve come by. If you need more ideas, or are looking for inspiration for coordinating food buffet displays, be sure to check out THIS board on Pinterst, where I’ve pinned all of my favorites. Enjoy my top 18 favorite champagne bubbly bar ideas:

18 Champagne Bubbly Bar Ideas

18 Champagne Bubbly Bar Ideas

Be sure to see where each of these champagne bar ideas were found and get even more ideas:

Bubbly Bar Sign and Display – as created and sold by WhitWeddingDecor on Etsy

Pop Fizz Clink Champagne Bar in White and Gold – shared by Distinctive Décor Rentals on Catch My Party

Sweet and Sparkly Gold Glitter Bubbly Bar – shared by Hostess with the Mostess

Black and Gold Confetti Bubbly Bar – shared by Lia Griffith

Black and White Stripe New Year’s Eve Champagne Bar – shared by Evite

Bubbly Bar Cart for New Year’s Eve – shared by Anthropologie

Black and White New Year’s Eve Bar – spotted on Pinterest

Modern Gold and Black Cocktail Bar – shared by The Sweetest Occasion

Silver Lined Champagne Spread – shared on Pottery Barn

New Year’s Eve Bar Cart in Black and Gold – shared on Pizzazzerie

Framed Art Quote with Poured Champagne Display – shared on Style Me Pretty

Tassel Fringe Covered Bar in Black, White, and Gold – featured on Polka Dot Bride

Ice Sculpture Stylized Champagne and Caviar Bar – featured on Mariage.com

Regal Bubbly Bar in Black with Gold Accents – shared on 100 Layer Cake

Bubbly Bar with White, Silver, and Gold Balloons – shared by Paula Clemente Woods on CatchMyParty

Gold Glitter Bubbly Bar Cart – shared on Haute Off the Rack

White and Gold Sequined “Pop Fizz Clink” Champagne Station – shared in a roundup on BLovelyEvents

Gold, Pink, and White “Pop Fizz Clink” Champagne Station – shared by Natalie Dressed

Don’t forget to pin your favorites so you can use them at your next soiree:

How do you like to celebrate with champagne?

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Costumes + Cocktails Halloween Party {with silhouette accents}

Hello hello!

I’ll let you in on a little secret: Halloween reminds me of my biggest weakness for my creative endeavors – creepy stuff.

And you know what? That is ok. When the thought first occurred to me, I was like, “oh no, maybe I’m not the awesome and talented individual that I thought I was.” In pretty much every other situation, if you give me some starting loose ideas for an event and I will RUN with it and come up with a million and a half amazing ideas for it. EXCEPT for the creepy stuff. I don’t personally watch horror movies, I’ve never been to any haunted mansions, or scare parks, and I’m totally ok with that.

At one point, I thought that Halloween was just useless for me since I wasn’t really “into” the scary scene. But as it turns out there are TONS of other avenues! So I will be continuing to share with you MY interpretations and ideas for not-so-scary Halloween party ideas.

This week’s inspiration board is for a Costumes and Cocktails party. Simple, easy and NOT creepy, woot!

Costumes + Cocktails Halloween Party {with silhouette accents}

Costumes + Cocktails Halloween Party {with silhouette accents}

I kept the focus of the details on black silhouettes. The reasoning behind this is to have décor without having HEAVY décor, and that way, when everyone comes dressed up in smashing costumes, the silhouettes will serve as excellent accents, and keep the focus on your guests and their costumes.

Key elements for this type of party:

  • Booze  – and lots of it! Try finding 2-3 signature drinks that have a Halloween twist.
  • Music – there are a bajillion (that many!) Halloween cd’s out there. Theme music is a must for this type of party.
  • Lighting – keep it on “low glow” for optimal impact. There’s nothing in the shadows, right?

Also- if you are in the mood for MORE cocktail party inspiration, check out this post I shared last year for a fun Halloween party:

Halloween Party {for adults only}

See where these spook-tacular images came from:

Rats and Cats Halloween Wooden Silhouettes – made by Western Hospitality on Etsy

Silhouette Cookies – seen on this pin

Cocktails & Costumes Party Printable Invitation – made by RSVPtoKatie on Etsy

Bat Luminary – made by LauraAnnesCreations on Etsy

“A Witch’s Potion” Spooky Cocktail – shared by The Skinny Confidential

Fallen Froggie Shooter – shared by Haim on Drinkedin

Cat Silhouette Décor – shared by Diddle Dumpling

Halloween Silhouette Banner Garland – made by JanieDMattern on Etsy

Halloween Bats Vinyl Wall Decal – made by Msapple on Etsy

If you could dress up as ANYTHING right now for a costume party, what would it be?