As soon as we saw the Bubble Bros Prosecco Van we literally squealed with excitement and it appears that all our Instagram followers conquered. One of our favourite tipples served in the sweetest 3-wheeled Piaggio Ape van imported from Italy, that has been lovingly converted into a unique little Prosecco bar. The Ape’s compact size means it can fit into most event spaces, making it perfect for weddings and garden parties, as well as large festivals and shows. The bar serves flash-cooled Prosecco on tap, so you don’t have to pre-chill hundreds of bottles. This removes the need to hire cumbersome refrigeration units and dozens of ice buckets. Bubble Bros Frizzenti Prosecco comes by the barrel with each barrel containing 160 glasses of lovely ready-to-drink bubbly. There are no bottles to open (or dispose of) and the special layout of the bar means that guests can either be served by a member of our staff, or help themselves to a glass without wasting a drop. The Bubble Bros love what they do and are passionate about fizz, making it their mission to bring something unique to your big day. RMW are delighted to welcome Bubble Bros Ltd (The Prosecco Van) to our South East Decor & Hire category of The List. Rock My Wedding hand select and verify each of our suppliers, we know for a fact that every member of our directory has the ability to make your wedding day rock!

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Bubble Bros Ltd (The Prosecco Van)
DirectoryimageSmall-600pxl t: Joe: 07817866598 - Ben: 07917729324 A 3-wheeled Piaggio Ape, imported from Italy and lovingly converted into a little Prosecco bar. The Ape’s compact size means it can fit into almost any event space and the unique layout of the bar allows guests to refill their own glasses. All our bubbly comes from Frizzenti Prosecco, one of the county’s best sparkling wine suppliers.

Written by Lorna Shaw

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