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LGBTQ friendly Bar Services for Weddings

Find professional LGBTQ-friendly bar services for  weddings near you. Choose your mobile bar services and cocktail catering by location, services offered and customer reviews. Find the best same-sex wedding bartenders in your area.

Advice From EVOL.LGBT

How to choose an LGBTQ wedding beverage and bar services?

Start With Your Style

Start by identifying what you want. Type of drinks, quantities based on guest count, themes. Take the guest inventory and your preferences before reaching out to bar service vendors.

Understand the Options

Browse our list of best LGBTQ-friendly bartender and bar services in your area. For each listing check images, customer reviews and service descriptions to identify 2-3 you love the most.

Start a Conversation

Once you’ve found a bar service vendor you love, it’s time to learn if your personalities click. Reach out via EVOL.LGBT’s “Request Quote” feature, which walks you through the key pieces of info to share.

Frequently Asked Questions

Check answer to common questions about choosing LGBTQ-friendly bartender and bar service for weddings.

How much is an open bar at a wedding?

Your costs can vary quite a bit based on the venue and alcohol package you choose. For a full open bar with premium liquors, The Knot puts the average cost at $4,147, while an open bar limited to cheaper spirits averages $2,550.

How much to tip bartender at wedding?

Bartending services are often included as part of your caterer’s package, and gratuity is frequently included in the bill. If it isn’t, or if you hired your bartender separately, tip 10–15 percent of the pre-tax bar bill, to be split between the evening’s bartenders.

How much alcohol to buy for a wedding?

If you’re totally in the dark and want to offer hard alcohol, suggest 70-80% of wedding guests will drink beer and wine, while 20-30% will drink spirits. So, what type of hard alcohol to get for 20-30% of your guests? More suggest for a beer and wine-only menu, about 60% of guests will drink wine and 40% will drink beer. So think how you imagine your guests alcohol appetite, usually it’s three-four bottles of beer and one-two bottles of wine for a person.