Birdcage33 Boutique Hotel: Welcome Cocktail Party 

by | Feb 11, 2024 | Blog | 0 comments

A welcome cocktail is a special way to greet guests. A grand overture introduces the setting and creates the atmosphere. It is a signal, a symbol, a first approach. In many situations it is ideal, even indispensable. Imagine being welcomed at a birthday party, a wedding, a company dinner or even a real cocktail party. At the Birdcage33 Boutique Hotel, you can invite your colleagues to a reception for a special promotion. Or you can organize a New Year’s Eve party with friends. You can even organize a wedding banquet with a buffet lunch or dinner.
The first thing to do with such parties is to choose the time and place carefully.  The second, equally important aspect is the connection with what comes next. welcome cocktail party can be a prelude, almost a companion, to an aperitif or happy hour (from about 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.), or it can be the opening of an important meal, such as a wedding banquet. In all these cases, we offer you all the services you need.  


Welcome Cocktail Philosophy  

A good rule of thumb is to offer a non-alcoholic welcome cocktail and an alcoholic aperitif unless you know the attendees’ tastes. Another element to consider is the season: in every season there are definitely winter offers and definitely summer offers and excellent offers. Last but not least in the order of ‘cocktail philosophy’ is landscape effect and authenticity. The most you can ask for in a welcome cocktail party is that it be made with quality ingredients, well mixed and with a masterful touch. This means relying on bartenders with proven skills and experience.  


Birdcage33 Boutique Hotel     

The variety of options at the Birdcage33 Boutique Hotel is truly remarkable. The welcome is first and foremost a preparation of the palate worthy of the occasion. The magic lies in identifying the right flavors of the day and evening and presenting them to guests as they arrive!  

For a wedding, this means excluding champagne, sparkling wines or wines that will be served during the wedding banquet, and also excluding excessive alcohol content. We focus on references to the colors and “theme” of the reception, and appetizing combinations that set the stage for the meal.


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