Category: Wedding Bar

Supplier Spotlight – The Landy Bar

The Landy Bar is a mobile events bar, built into the back of a 1981 Series 3 Land Rover. It’s based in West Sussex and will travel to events in the south east and beyond. They offer a full bar with draft lager and bitter on tap. You can hire The Landy Bar fully stocked, or you can dry hire the set up with staff to serve your own drinks. Their ethos is to serve local drinks from Sussex suppliers to support independent local producers. Products they stock include Chapeau Brewery (Horsham), Blue Thorn Gin (Seaford), G&H Spirits (Steyning), Bolney…

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Midsummer Nightcap – bars, food, styling… and disco products!

I have always swooned over Midsummer Nightcap‘s style and presence in the events world. I caught up with owner Francesca to see what she has in store for this season and beyond… Q. Hi Francesca! We’re approaching another wedding season. How many is this for Midsummer Nightcap now? A. This will be our fifth year! Very excited and already enjoying making plans for some amazing weddings this year. It’s especially exciting for those who have been planning for an extremely long time. Q. Can you tell us about your background and how you got into event bars? A. I worked…

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Weddings & Booze – Observations through a sober lens

I wanted to write a post about weddings and booze because, after years of party girl behaviour, I’ve just celebrated six months sober. Go me! It was my 40th at the end of 2019 and I decided I wanted to attempt a year (2020) off booze (little did I know what was around the corner!) I just never had an off switch. I could never moderate and after one or two drinks I wanted more more MORE. Hangovers were getting harder and the constant boozing wasn’t helping my anxiety (I used to call it hanxiety). I just couldn’t shake the…

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Getting to Know… The Neigh Bar

Today we focus our spotlight on The Neigh Bar, a mobile horsebox bar based in West Sussex. If you’re feeling a bit chilly as the winds whips outside your window, you’ll love the sound of their warming winter drinks. Over to Paul… Q. How did The Neigh Bar come about? i.e. what are your backgrounds? A. The Neigh Bar came about due to my wife Claire’s involvement in the wedding industry as a florist. I liked the idea of something different to bring to the world of weddings and events. Q. How did you decide on a horse box for…

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