A Winter’s Night Hot Cocoa Party

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This is possibly the most versatile event I have put together for the winter season! And you know what, there is CHOCOLATE involved! EVERYONE loves hot chocolate. Ok, maybe not everyone, but mostly everyone does! This event can be expanded for a large holiday party, or contracted for a night in with a few good friends. It could be used before Christmas, Christmas Eve, for New Year’s, or just on a cold night! Kids can come, or skip the kids and add some bailey’s for the adults, it all works! The focus of this week’s event is red and white, a hint of sparkle, and of course…chocolate! If you are using this as a family event, or even a neighborhood get together, you can have everyone bring their favorite mug. Keep it green!
A Winter’s Night Hot Cocoa Party

 

Images used:
Sparkly Christmas Ornament Sugar Cookies by
Kimbos Cookies on Etsy
Red Glitter Deer Family Table Decorations by Wishdaisy
on Etsy
Red and White hanging décor by Love the Day Designs
Decorative Glitter Balls by
Fresh Poppy Design
Hot Cocoa Dippers by Good
Housekeeping
Chocolate Peppermint Bark shared by Canida
from Instructables
Crockpot Hot Cocoa by
Mrs. Happy Homemaker
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This event is designed by The Sparkle Queen Events. Image sources
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As with all Sparkle Queen Events, I want to inspire you to make
your event extra special. While many of the items I include in my event designs
are tutorials, recipes, or handmade… use your imagination! Sometimes you can’t
make everything yourself, or you can make things that you could buy, but the
key is to find the right balance for you and your event, and strive to make it
exceptional!

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5 Comments

  1. This is perfect! My daughter is turning 16 next month, and we have been planning her party. My husband is installing an ice rink (anyone looking to do this, it isn't as complicated as it sounds. All you need is wood, rink liner, water, and if it is too warm, a chiller rental), and everyone is going to get to ice skate, but we needed something for indoors to warm everyone up. A hot chocolate party inside is such a great idea! Thank you for the inspiration.

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