Hot Chocolate Party

Posted on December 8th, 2012 by Kara
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Need a fun winter themed party idea? Look no further than this darling HOT CHOCOLATE THEMED HOLIDAY WINTER PARTY submitted by Erin Williams of Strawberry Mommycakes!

Erin said this about planning the party- “I created these “Some Like it Hot” printables and knew I had to throw a Hot Chocolate Party! I got rave reviews about the food and the printables. I designed the printables with a certain look I had in mind. I wanted the colors to feel warm and inviting, but I wanted the graphics to be modern and fun. I wanted the food and decorations to reflect that same feeling. I created all the paper decorations myself and my sister-in-law and I made all the food. We served Crock Pot Hot Chocolate (which was AMAZING!) with various toppings, Cinnamon Sugar Marshmallow Pops, Ginger Cake (served in adorable hand-made boxes), pumpkin pie tarts and doughnuts. I made food that wasn’t too sweet that had a holiday feel to compliment the hot chocolate. The large fans were made to look like snowflakes and I printed my coordinating patterns on my small fans to match the printables. I also mixed in some silver touches with the cake stand, tray an d Christmas tree to give it a modern holiday feel.”

Vendors and Credits:

Party Printables:  Some Like it Hot

Hot Chocolate Cups, Straws: Garnish

Scoops: Sucre Shop

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:

Mini Wooden Scoops

Striped Paper Straws

Lollipop Sticks

Ribbon

  

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:

Mini Wooden Scoops

Striped Paper Straws

Lollipop Sticks

Ribbon

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3 thoughts on “Hot Chocolate Party

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  1. Bethany

    Thanks for sharing. I love this idea! My daughters birthday is sandwiched between Christmas and New Years so i’m always on the hunt for non-holiday, yet wintery birthday party ideas!

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