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Hot Chocolate Bar Christmas Party

Claudia By Claudia   in Christmas/Holiday


Party Recap

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! This kids party is inspired by “Believe in the magic of Christmas”. This Christmas party will spark the spirit of the season in everyone who sees it during these tough times! While still stuck at home and Christmas approaching, I decided to bring back the excitement in my kids eyes by having a truly magical hot chocolate bar Christmas party for us to enjoy this holiday season!! Don’t you love hot chocolate in the winter? Have them make their own special mug of hot chocolate by creating a hot chocolate bar for them to serve themselves. This is so fun, kids and adults both will enjoy! Let’s spread the holiday cheer!
To achieve the desired feel, I went with a traditional holiday color pallet of red, white, little bit accent of green and gold. I created these simple but jet beautiful printable signs and labels to match the theme for the hot chocolate bar. This hot chocolate bar stand turned out so cute! I had my husband make this for me and I love it!!

Christmas table setting
Let’s begin with the place setting. I knew I wanted Santa in my theme party so I found these cute plates and matching cups along with Santa napkins and “Believe” coffee cups with lids from The party darling, I knew that one was it! The coffee cups will work perfect with the theme party while keeping the hot chocolate warm!! To add a fun touch to each place setting, I created a handmade Santa and Reindeer Christmas crackers, this is a great way to add your own unique gifts, while also matching them to your theme.
I placed red snowflake placemats along with these cute plates and matching cups. Each place setting include crackers and Christmas Believe coffee cups with lids to keep hot chocolate warm.

For the Hot Chocolate Bar
To keep with the color scheme I selected white and red bowls, mugs, and cake stands to hold delicious cookies and hot chocolate topping that include, mini marshmallows, chocolate chips, crushed caramel, crushed peppermints, crushed Oreo cookies, star marshmallows, hazelnut wafers, hot cocoa spoons, cinnamon sticks and of course “Its not Christmas without cookies”.

I hope you guys love our party as much as we do, and inspired you to create your own Magical Christmas party



Styling : One Celebration At A Time

Santa napkins, Santa and Reindeer gift tags, Festive paper plates, cups, Believe coffee cups @thepartydarling
Hot chocolate wooden signs, Christmas bowls, goodies bags, white house, buffalo snow and sparkly snowflakes @michaels
Striped Stoneware Mini Mug, white cake stand, red snowflake placemats, gold flatware and Christmas trees @target
Red cake stand @hobbylobby


Party Highlights

  • What People Ate


  • What People Drank

    Hot chocolate

  • Desserts


  • Party Favors

    Christmas Crackers

  • Activities / Games

    I have them make their own special mug of hot chocolate. Christmas dance songs.


1 comment

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    Macy G wrote:

    This activity is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit. I love how children and adults can enjoy this. It's a great way to have fun indoors due to holiday events being canceled due to the pandemic. It's easy to put together while it still looks fun, inviting, and cozy for the winter months. The decorations, color scheme, and layout can easily be worked around to your advantage. You can either go all out or keep it simple for your pleasure. Thank you for listing where the utensils and decorations are from. I'll definitely be hosting a party like this around Christmas time with friends and family.