Some of What We Do

Our main purpose is to provide you with excellent drink choices mixed to your preference as well as offer suggestions for other drinks and making special drinks for your event.

From intimate themed parties for a few to large events, we will make your party run smoothly, and ensure your guests are served safely and to the highest standard of service. MIX IT UP Bartending service can help you plan every aspect of beverage service for your party. We can help you with alcohol ordering, specialty drink planning, and every item you need to serve the drinks you want. We have years of experience and have made thousands of events across the country a success.


You're going to have a party. No problem, you think to yourself, I'll just pick up some glassware at Walmart or Target. You get there, and panic sets in. It's an absurd, transparent cornucopia of tumblers and flutes and who knows what else, in every conceivable shape and size. You weren't prepared. That is where we come in. We bring all the various lgass shapes and sizes to fir the needs of your refreshments. From a simple cola to a Grappa glass, we have them all and know which ones to use for the right drink. And when the party is over you won't have any glasses to clean up or wash.


Let's be real. One of the biggest cost variables when planning a wedding is liquor. If you choose to serve alcohol at your even (don't let anyone fool you into thinking it's mandatory), how do you know how much to get? Or what kinds? Do you need to serve a full bar? It's easy for a catering company to figure out that a hundred people need a hundred plates of food, but how do you know how many glasses of champagne Aunt Mary is going to throw back vs. Uncle Bob? The chart to the right is a standard "shopping list" to follow.


At it's most basic, a full bar is two beers (one light, one darker), red wine, white wine, champagne, vodka, gin, whiskey, tequila, rum, and basic mixers. You do not need to have a full bar. From experience and feedback from a lot of other wedding industry folks, about 80% of weddings (at least in Florida) serve beer and wine only. This is more than okay, and in fact is what will mainly be consumed even if you have a full bar. It's also worth noting that when serving wine, at most it is recommended two whites, two reds, and one sparkling. (One of each is also fine!) Too much choice actually overwhelms people.

Suggested Liquor Supplies Required By You

    Signature Cocktails

  • Mojito
  • Rum Runners
  • Moscow Mule
  • Old Fashion
  • Cinamon Toast Crunch
  • Sex On The Beach
  • Spiked Arnold Palmer
  • Tequila Sunrise
  • Lemon Drops

    Optional Bottles

  • Brandy
  • Kahlua
  • Tequila
  • Baileys
  • Cognac
  • Amaretto
  • Grand Marnier

    Wine & Beer

  • Lite Beer
  • Dark Beer
  • IPA
  • Cider Beer
  • Moscato
  • White Wine
  • Chardonnay
  • Pinto Grigio
  • Cabarnet
  • Merlot

    We Can Bring The Rest!