As someone who started his career as the same bored, black-tied bartender watching fathers of the bride get blackout drunk on nonalcoholic beer that they didn’t realize was nonalcoholic (yes, this really happened), I’m happy we’re starting to find value in smaller, more personal DIY wedding parties. With this shift, I love to share some tips and ideas for downsizing and upscaling your wedding bar!
Is there a room you’ve been aching to repaint in your house but you just can’t decide on the color? You’re not alone. Choosing the wrong color is a common fear among DIY-ers.
A few years ago, Jim Torrey started reaching out to new breweries in Grand Rapids offering his woodworking services. “I started cold-calling them on Facebook and asking to make their cheeseboards and beer flights.”