Okay, so I'm getting married in about a month. Ceremony and reception will take place at a private home in Sedona, AZ. We're expecting around 55 guests total, ages range from mid-30s to late-70s, and probably average out to around 50.
A local restaurant is catering the event, and supplying a bartender. Soft drinks and coffee/tea are handled. Wine and beer are handled. Glassware and stemware are handled. I just need to stock the bar.
I realize that we'll need a ton of ice, and garnishes such as lemons and limes, olives, etc. I think I can have the caterer handle that.
We don't need to offer everything under the sun, but I'd like to offer a decent selection of cocktails. Seems like we'll need to come up with a menu of available drinks, and have some of the basics on-hand.
I'm guessing that the most popular cocktail orders will be:
Martinis (straight up vodka, sour apple, cosmo, lemon drop, and classic gin/vermouth).
Margaritas (basic rocks salt, as I don't want to have noisy blenders around).
Rum and Coke
Vodka and Tonic
Gin and Tonic
A decent Bourbon selection
A decent Scotch selection
Does this sound like a reasonable selection of drinks to offer? Am I forgetting any popular cocktails (except Mojitos, which I think are a little too much work to do right)? Any suggestions on quantities of the individual boozes and mixers to have on-hand?