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Custom Reception Bar

For the bride and groom who are serious about imbibing at their wedding, you could have your own 20-foot custom designed bar for your wedding reception!
Beautiful photo by Jasmine Star shows how epic this bar is, which was created by event design team, A Good Affair in Southern California. Notice how the bar design fits perfectly with the venue event space and how the decor all matches as though it were a permanent installation. This is what quality design means. It doesn't look fake, prop-y or rented. It looks legit, which it should!
Keep in mind that if you are going to have something like this built, there are legal requirements to keep it safe and within code, such as hand-washing stations, access to drainage and the like. Don't get your wedding shut down over shoddy craftsmanship or uneducated builders.
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