DIY Food and Drink Bars Guests will Love

Whether you’re hosting a full-blown reception or a casual brunch with friends, self-serve stations are your new best friend. These trendy bar setups make for a great focal centerpiece—and a simple, efficient way to appease a hungry (or thirsty) crowd in a hurry.

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DIY Taco Bar

Bring the fiesta to your backyard with this full-service taco bar—complete with on-theme cocktails and dessert! See the setup.

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Bellini Bar

To create the loveliest of libations, blend together a variety of fruit purees, then set up a self-serve stations where your guests can mix and match with sparkling wine. See the setup.

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DIY Guacamole Bar

Take your guac obsession to the next level with this DIY guacamole bar. Guests can customize their own bowl of ‘mole by mixing in their favorite ingredients—and then piling on their snacks of choice. See the setup.

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Grilled Cheese Party

Ain’t no party like a grilled cheese party? Celebrate your favorite fromage with a variety of sandwich breads and plenty of interesting condiments. See the setup.

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Waffle Bar

For the easiest breakfast (or dessert) bar, make a big batch of waffles and set out your favorite sweet toppings. You could even throw in some savory additions, or set your guests up to make waffle sandwiches. See the setup.

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