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September- Weddings Galore! A horse trailer bar

It's The Rollin' Bar's first September and let me tell ya, it's been busier than ever yet oh-so-fun!! Fall weddings in Northern California are the bees knees and we have been blessed to be apart of a few happily ever afters.

On Saturday September 2nd, we took off to a private residence in Grass Valley, California, and set up on a wide open driveway which served as the dance floor. Twinkle lights hung from the tall pine trees and delicious personal pizza were cooked in a mobile pizza truck known as the Flour Dust Pizza Company . If you ever need a mobile pizza oven, these are your guys!! And for dessert, there were moist, delicious, sugary donuts. In the summer evening air, Brit and Josh said "I Do".

The new Mr. & Mrs. Johnstone had us serve beer, wine, and a whiskey bar. We thought the Whiskey bar was such a fun idea! We served Bourbon, Rye, Canadian, Blended and Irish whiskeys and made Old Fashions, Irish Red Heads, Whiskey Sours, and Manhattans. We were so honored to be apart of this wedding!

The very next day we took off to Cottonwood, CA for Kimberly and Nick's wedding that was held at Gover Ranch . We set up right outside the vintage white barn where lights had been strung from the rafters and romantic country tables had been placed. It was a warm Sunday evening so we were keeping busy to serve their guests with beer on tap, margaritas and a few summer friendly cocktails. Although it was a warm day, it was a stunning set up and a beautiful wedding celebration!

The following weekend, on Saturday September 9th, The Rollin' Bar took to the road again and traveled to Loomis, CA and set up at the GORGEOUS Flower Farm Inn . This quaint venue had a sweet and simple garden with a modern eclectic barn, complete with stained glass windows and a rooster weather vane. The horse trailer bar was set up at the end of the walkway (or the beginning of the walkway, depending on where you started from) where twinkle lights led the path to us from the reception area. From the bar we were able to witness Rachel and Jayson say "I do" and after the ceremony, their guests came to the bar to get the party started! From the bar we served Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Bike Dog Grouch IPA, and Track 7 Beeline Blonde from our tap and had a Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah, Red Blend, Sauvignon Blanc and a Vinho Verde for wine options. We had an absolute BLAST at Rachel and Jayson's wedding, thanks to their friendly and fun loving family and friends for letting us be apart of their celebration!

And now we are getting prepped for a double weekend, with a Friday wedding at Gover Ranch (again... cause we love that place!) and Los Molinos. Stay tuned!!


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