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Saphire Gems: Eight Elegant Event Drink Stations

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1. Fresh Lemonade Stand
A delicious treat for any season, lemonade is a classy choice. It can be freshly squeezed and brilliantly presented to accommodate guests at all ages.

2. Any Flavor Mojito Luge
Strawberry, peach, watermelon, blueberry etc. mojitos are a fresh party beverage that are fun to drink and to pour. Watch as the bright colored liquid makes its way down the luge, into the glass, and then down the trap it goes!

3. Martini Ice Bar?
Another feast for the eyes, a martini ice bar adds excitement to any event. All kinds of colors, fruits, and glasses can be incorporated into this ice sculpture turned mega martini machine.

4. Lemon Drop Tray
Nothing announces ‘it’s party time’ like a cool lemon drop shot. Perfectly presented on an edible-looking lemon tray this is a perfect choice for a modern event.

5. Classic Milk and Cookies
A comfort drink and snack like no other, cookies and milk are sure to please. This imaginative station is another fun way to upgrade a classic beverage.

6. Bubbly Champagne Table
If your event calls for a toast or an excuse to get giddy a bubbly champagne station is the ultimate idea. Always elegant yet fun, champagne is a great way to liven up a party. Mix it up and create your own sparkling creation with fresh fruit and gourmet cordials.

7. Cosmopolitan Treats
Colorful cocktails are aesthetically pleasing and exciting. Cosmopolitans with green sugar rims to complement the limes are artistic while also being deliciously refreshing.

8. Vodka and Caviar Station
The ultimate chic station. A mixture of high end vodka and varying types of caviar are sure to please the most sophisticated of crowds. Elegant yet scrumptious this station should not be missed!

In short, drink designs can really provide a creative element to an event.

What drinks do you like to sip on while you’re at an elegant party?