Photo by Carlo Mendoza. Styling by Megan Wappel Designs. Cider by Pommies. Popcorn by Bobbette & Belle. Decal by Dance Floor Décor.

Setting up a cider bar is easy. We chose Pommies for its crisp and refreshing notes (and it doesn’t hurt that they have pretty packaging!). Complete the bar with some nibbles like popcorn, chips and nuts.

Photo by Love and Light Photographs.

Cocktail bars don’t have to look severe. There are lots of pretty, feminine ways to dress up your cider bar, such as including cute signs, pretty florals, and rustic apple boxes like this couple did for their wedding.

Photo by Simply Bloom Photography, LLC.

If you want to go the traditional cider bar route, we suggest creating a fun display using apples, wheat arrangements and moss.

Photo by Helen Lisk Photography.

Can’t decide between serving beer or cider? Offer both on tap! This keg display is especially eye-catching.

Photo by Matt Bowen.

If you’re pressed for space (or throwing an outdoor wedding), opt to display your drinks and cider in an open wheelbarrow full of ice.