Wedding Guide

Finding the best Wedding Bartenders and Waitstaff

Wedding Bartenders and Waitstaff

Planning a wedding seems to be a massive composition of details to take care of, between reserving venues, booking entertainment, and selecting floral arrangements, etc., it will definitely be challenging, but it is worth it. At some point in the process you may come to the conclusion that you will need to hire a bartender or wait staff package, perhaps the reception hall you have booked or the catering service you have hired does not offer a bartender or wait staff as part of the package. For whatever reason you will need to hunt down a mobile bartender or wait staff, you should rest assured that Dallas has plenty of options available at your disposal. It may be challenging, but what aspect of a wedding isn't? As long as you follow our helpful guide below, you should have no issue finding the right service for you.

Before you begin searching, you should be absolutely positive that you need to hire a service to begin with. Sometimes venues or catering companies will provide bar tending and waiter services. Or, your venue might require you work with a certain company if you need these services. Once you've determined that you'll need to do your own search for a company, you can begin your search. You might even already have suggestions from your caterer or venue if they told you they don't provide the services. You can also ask people you know for suggestions or search on line. The beat part about doing an on line search is you can read reviews and draw from the experiences of several brides and grooms. Keep only the well rated companies on your list, ad then call around to ask about their pricing and availability. Make appointments with the appropriate companies.

Now that you have your appointments set, it will be important to bring plenty of questions and the vision of your wedding to the interview to share with each candidate. One of the first questions you'll want to ask is how experienced they are as a company and with wedding-specific services. Ask them on average how many weddings they serve in a year. Depending on what you need, you may be talking with a single bartender, or a manager of a mobile wait staff service. Discuss with them what you will need for the day, and ask them logistical questions. You want to work with a professional service that is capable of servicing your wedding, which is why the emphasis should be put on finding a service that works weddings. Before the conclusion of each appointment, you will want to discuss the cost of the service, and obtain a detailed quote, or at the very least a sample invoice. This will help you determine which service will get you the most out of your money's worth.

Take some time to deliberate over which service will be better for you and your specific wedding needs with your partner or parents, whosoever input you need. Trust your instincts, and you should have no problem deciding on who the right candidate is. Once you've made a choice, move forward with the hiring prices by signing a contract with the candidate, and place a deposit if applicable. On the day of your wedding, the bartender and/or wait staff logistics will be handled by the exemplary professional service you have hired to do the job.