How to Serve Coffee and Lattes at Your Vegas Wedding

A wedding day full of hugs, kisses, dancing, and more can be overwhelming for anyone, and a hot cup of coffee is often just the thing to ease the stress. So if you’re planning a Vegas wedding, make sure your venue has ample coffee and tea options. You can even add a fun twist by incorporating your favorite cafe vibes into your decor with a coffee station that includes sweets and savory items like donuts, croissants, or scones. You can also create a fun monogrammed element to your coffee station, such as these mugs from Paperless Post that display your new initials.

If you’re planning a brunch coffee and lattes at your Vegas wedding wedding, a Keurig bar is an easy way to serve your guests a selection of coffees and teas while they sip on the morning’s first beverage together as husband and wife. The best part is, you don’t need to catered a full menu for this style of wedding—simply set up a table with different flavors and let your guests mix and match. This Brooklyn coffee shop-inspired setup from Storyboard Wedding and The Perfect Palette paired a wood bar with different style Keurig machines for a look that felt truly authentic.

Another great option is to turn your coffee and lattes into a special cocktail that will give you and your guests a little energy boost for the night ahead. This sweet treat was created by G Catering & Events and combines the savory flavors of a latte with the sweetness of a dessert shooter. The result is a caffeine-fueled treat that will keep you on your feet all night long.

If your favorite cafe or restaurant has a catering cart service, ask them to come to your wedding and bring a taste of their beloved brews to your event. A wooden pull cart will fit right in with romantic, vintage, or garden-inspired weddings, and this couple used theirs to complement their Old-World theme. You can also go a step further and have the staff serve Chemex pour-over-style coffee, which is said to be richer, lighter, more aromatic, and less acidic than machine drip coffee.

You can also turn your coffee station into a mini-favor by providing small coffee mugs for your guests. These custom-made mugs from Paperless Post display the happy couple’s monogram and are a cute keepsake your guests will use long after the big day is over.

If you’re feeling ambitious, you can go a step further and have your favorite cafe set up at your reception. This artisanal coffee shop in Las Vegas offers high-quality java, tasty pastries and breads, healthy salads, and sandwiches. The menu is diverse, so you can find something for every guest—from a simple avocado and egg white scramble to a grilled cheese and tomato sandwich. And don’t forget to check out the acclaimed pink-tinged rainbow latte, which was featured on Food Network. It’s a must-try for any coffee lover visiting Vegas!