The 16 Cutest Mobile Bars for Your Wedding

The cutest mobile bars for your wedding
photog: Mackenzie Alexa Photography | florals: Thistle and Lace Florals

Have you heard of a mobile bar? Mobile bars are the perfect way to bring a little whimsy to your wedding or rehearsal dinner! Bars on wheels are making the rounds and they just get cuter all. the. time. We’re not sure who was the first person to turn a vintage camper (or horse carriage or Italian Piaggio Ape, etc.) into a magical drink machine, but we’re sure happy they did!

If you’re loving the idea of parking a party right there at your reception, rehearsal dinner, bridal shower—all of ’em!—then get excited. We searched high and low to bring you the absolute cutest mobile bars from all over. One perk to bars on wheels? They travel! Wine, beer, champagne, cocktails and mocktails—mobile bars literally bring the fun to you.

Ready to meet these cute mobile bars? Let’s get to it! (in no particular order)

1. The Roving Bar | New Jersey

mobile bar for your wedding the roving bar
photographer: Jose Malgarejo

The Roving Bar had a previous life delivering bread around Italy! These days, this incredibly chic, three-wheeled Italian Piaggio Ape (pronounced “ah-peh” – Italian for bee) is ready to pour your guests perfectly chilled brews and bubbles, complete with a romantic Vespa vibe. Perfect for your wedding, engagement party or rehearsal dinner!

2. The Swig Rig | Oregon and San Diego

Swiggy’s bartenders will work with you to create a signature drink menu. Or, BYOB and the truck will keep ’em chilled and ready to go!

3. The Pour Horse, Mobile Bar Co | Texas

The Pour Horse Mobile Bar

The Pour Horse Mobile Bar works with highly skilled bartenders so you’ll have the best cocktails for your wedding or event! We love that they utilize fresh juices, herbs, and infusions for serving from one of their incredible selection of mobile bars!

4. The Typsy Gypsy Mobile Bar | Southern California

Typsy Gypsy Mobile Bar

The Typsy Gypsy mobile bar is sooo cute! Their bartenders will work with you to create custom cocktails – as well as help floralize the cart! They service Los Angeles, Orange Couny and the Inland Empire. Be sure to check out the Typsy Gypsy in this gorgeous editorial – and they also have a frose cart (this would be perfect for a bridal shower)!!

5. The Petite Street Bar | Lake Tahoe and Reno

petite street mobile bar wedding

The Petite Street Bar is Reno and Lake Tahoe’s first vintage mobile bar from a converted canned ham trailer! SO cute, right? They have a vintage trailer bar as well as a horse trailer bar – and just added a Cushman Truckster to their fleet which is perfect for smaller events!

6. Chug-a-Lug Wagon | Charleston

Chug-a-Lug WagonChug-a-Lug features brews + bubbles on tap, plus options for florals and calligraphy to make the sweet little wagon your own! See more from this cute mobile bar in this Moody Charleston Wedding.

7. Short & Stout Mobile Bars | Ohio

Short & Stout Mobile BarsTwo culinary graduates converted two cute mobile bars where they serve yummy farm-to-table cocktails!

8. The Whiskey Chaser | Oakland, California

mobile bar for wedding

Looking for a vintage horse trailer for your wedding or party? The Whiskey Chaser is a great option for the Oakland area and love all the unique craft cocktails they can put together for your day!

9. Bubbles And Brews | Temecula, California

bubbles and brews mobile bar
photog: Heather East Studios

This Cute Vintage Mobile Bar works as a Prosecco Bar, a Craft Beer Bar, a Craft Cocktail Bar or a Wine Bar! So many options and it will look so chic at your event!

10. The Aero Bar | SoCal + TN

black matte mobile bar

Oh hello, matte black! This mobile bar not only offers cocktails but can also be a coffee or espresso bar! Perfect to bring some sophisticated fun to your celebration

11. Mobile Bars by the Bubble Bros | UK and *new* US

Mobile Bars by the Bubble Bros

The Bubble Bros have a fun fleet of bars on wheels including the Bubble Bike, 1969 motorbike and sidecar converted into a mobile sparkling wine bar, the Prosecco Van, a 3-wheeled Piaggo bar, and the Blitz Spritz Bar, a converted vintage fire truck bar!

12. Sip & Steer | North Georgia

mobile cocktail bar sip & steer
photog: Mackenzie Alexa Photography | florals: Thistle and Lace Florals

A renovated horse trailer called Sip & Steer adds a distinctive touch to the mobile bar business. Their engaging atmosphere, competent staff, and excellent cocktails will give you and your guests something to talk about. Their objective is to provide our clients with a unique experience and a variety of options. Isn’t she pretty??!!

13. The Thirsty Filly | Northeast Ohio

mobile bar for ohio weddings

Based in Beautiful Ashtabula, The Thirsty Filly is Northeast Ohio’s premier mobile bartending service. They offer craft cocktails, beer, or wine for their fleet of vintage mobile bars. Perfect for a rustic wedding!

14. WolfPig Mobile Bar | Telluride, CO

mobile bar in telluride wolfpig

“1 part bar × 1 part ’57 Ford × 2 parts scene” Best description ever. WolfPig is driven to deliver a unique outdoor mobile bar service via their 1957 Ford. Professional bartenders and a team are on hand at WolfPig to execute every minute detail, from the first toast to the last lemon twist. Choose from their selection of WolfPig beverages or let them know what you’re craving; WolfPig is available (as you wish).

15. The Traveling Spirit Bar | Houston, Texas

mobile bar in Houston Texas

The Traveling Spirit is a women-owned business serving the Houston area. We love that she uses local, seasonal products, and all of her shrubs and syrups are made in-house.  From Rachel, the owner, “I love using fresh herbs and spices to create one-of-a kind drinks and because we eat (and drink) with our eyes first– our cocktails are always beautiful.” Let her create a memorable experience for your wedding or special event!

16. Kombi Keg | Worldwide

Kombi Keg Mobile Bar

The Kombi Keg is available in 8 countries—but it carries signature laid-back Aussie vibes everywhere it goes. Cheers, friends!

What do you think of this trend? Any mobile bars we are missing? Let us know in the comments!