How to Style a Hot Chocolate Station and Winter Tea Party


By: Cami ArcherHC7

With all the snow we are getting in Utah a hot chocolate station is a fun way to warm up especially after skiing, sledding, and general winter merry-making.   It’s not too difficult to put together- just make sure you have fun with it!

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Start with grabbing cute mugs from your cupboard or local store.  I got these at Wal-Mart and Target.

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As for the “fixings” I put hot chocolate, marshmallows, straws, and candy sticks in different sizes of glass jars. 

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A stylish way to display your winter/Holiday mugs and make them easy to grab is to use a glass holder.  I found at this one at World Market.

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Adding a few extra touches can make all the difference to make even a smaller moment in your home something memorable.  I used some of my Holiday decorations- our gingerbread houses, miniature Christmas trees, and a chalkboard sign.

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What better way is there to hold off the post-Holiday blues than to have a holiday tea party? Have them grab their furry friends and dolls to come for a good time.  I try to use everything I use for the hot chocolate station as a base for the tea party.  A ‘Hot Chocolate Party’ doesn’t roll off the tongue.  The additional materials I brought in were place mats the kids made, a tea pot, dishes, and plate full of leftover Holiday treats.

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To add an extra touch of fun grab some fun children’s books and read while they enjoy their treats. With winter in its throws I went full snowman with snowman books and a couple stuffed Olafs.  It was a ton of fun and with most of the work done with the hot chocolate station it was fairly low stress on the mom scale.


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