"Party Planner 101"
If you have ever had the opportunity of
hosting any type of
social gathering whether it be a wedding, graduation, birthday or a
for the sake of it, some of these questions may have gone through your
am I missing? Do I have enough? Here in
the Morelli’s Party Planner 101 we provide you with some basic tools
of the trade to make your party a spectacular one!
Rule # 1 Let's
start with the basics.
• Sour Mix
• Club Soda
• Tonic Water
• Bloody Mary Mix
• Rose's Lime Juice
• Water (It's not only important to have water and soda to mix with the drinks. It's also important to have them for the people who have chosen to be the Designated Drivers.)
Rule # 3 Basic Bar ToolsThere is no such thing as too much ice, or too many bar towels, napkins, straws or stir rods. Your guests will use more of these items than you think, so please plan accordingly. Also, make sure you have a corkscrew for the wine bottles and a bottle opener for the beer bottles. I know this may seem obvious, but many of these items can be overlooked.
Rule # 4 How Many Drinks Are In A Bottle?
It’s an honest question that deserves an honest answer. It really depends on how conservative or generous your sever wants to be, but here are some basic bartending rules of pouring.
LIQUOR (based on 1.5 ounces per drink)
WINE & CHAMPAGNE (based on 4 ounces per drink, standard bottle is 750 ml)
How many 750ml bottles are in a 5-liter box of wine? It's 6 2/3 bottles.
How many 750ml bottles are in a 3-liter box of wine? It's 4 bottles.
1 Keg (16
Gallons) equals 1,984 Ounces
# 5 Last
but not least, make sure Everyone has a good time and Gets
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