Whether you are organizing a regular fall party or a Thanksgiving one, a bar cart is a must. We’ve shared some cool ideas to style a bar cart for such a party but of course you’ll need proper barware. I’ve prepared some cool DIYs to make it, let’s take a look!
Take a usual plain decanter and raise it to a new level with colorful polymer clay leaves – what can be more fall-like? Sculpt any leaves that you like and attach the leaves to the bottle to make it fall-like. Read the whole tutorial and make a colorful DIY fall leaf decanter idea that is perfect for your fall bar cart and will be amazing to use it to serve your Thanksgiving cocktails.
These colorful pumpkin decanters are so easy to make and are the perfect addition to a Fall or Halloween bar cart. Who wouldn’t want to mix their drink from these cuties? These nice and cute decanters are topped with colorful pumpkins, which are made of wooden balls and faux pumpkin stems. The craft is pretty simple and fast, a great last minute idea to rock.
What a cocktail without a bar stirrer? Once you a turkey and a pie, move them to your bar cart, too but in a smaller version. Drink stirrers for your Thanksgiving bar setup! They would be super cute glued to a napkin ring too. So why not just make up a whole batch of pies, turkeys, and corn on the cob and glue them to everything? The drink stirrers are made of colorful polymer clay, read the tutorial and get inspired. They are sure to make even the simplest cocktail wow!
Fall leaves are amazing for fall decor – simple, easy to get and fall-screaming! Make these fall leaf drink stirrers using ready faux leaves, here they are copper ones but you may try everything you want, any bold color or metallic shade. The process is literally as simple as gluing a leaf to the top of the drink stirrer and then wrapping the base of the stem and stirrer with the embroidery floss and then securing it with a tiny dab of hot glue.
This gorgeous and chic bar set is spruced up with gold vinyl – such a set will be nice all year round, especially in fall and winter. The glasses are decorated with gold stars, and the decanter is decorated with a gold touch and letters. You could also do a custom word or phrase (or their initials or last name) on the decanter to personalize this set for someone you know. Like vintage gold barware requires, I would suggest hand washing this set, so make sure to note that if you give this as a present.
This is such a fun and easy DIY and the designs you can create are endless. For these tumblers, the author used two different kinds of Martha Stewart Glass Paint (frosted and gloss) and overlapped them to create this pink and coral color block look. The colors are nice for the fall: white and coral, which is a fresh and modern take on traditional tumblers, and geometry makes them even more modern and stylish.
These concrete tumblers feature fall shades: they mix a usual concrete shade and gold. You may add more fall shades to them using various paints or glitter. As you can see the glasses have a quite minimalistic look, but you can easily dress up the concrete with a golden touch.