Christmas Hot Chocolate Stands
A trendy idea for any Christmas party is to set up a series of Christmas Hot Chocolate Stands. Year after year I go to our offices Christmas party and it always seems to be the same old thing. Appetizers, drinks, and an outdated Christmas tree. Well this year I was put in charge of planning our Christmas party and I have a couple tricks up my sleeve.
This year I am not only planning on having a seasonal hot drink stand but I will also be renting a photo booth. Christmas photo booths are a great way to break the ice at an office party and they tell your guests that it is time to let your work go for the day.
Warming The Hearts And Body
There is just something about hot chocolate that warms people up on a cold day. For a lot of us our parents served it to us after a long day of school or a day play out in the snow. I can remember as a young child building snowmen or snow angels out in our yard and being called in by my parents for some hot chocolate. The hot chocolate always tastes amazing on a cold day and it warmed me up both on the inside and outside.
I have a feeling that by adding Christmas hot chocolate stands to our companies’ office party this year will do just that. Warm my fellow co-workers up to the start of the holiday season.
All That Goes Into A Great Christmas Hot Chocolate Stand
Aside from mugs and hot chocolate you can almost put anything you want into your hot chocolate stand. Marshmallows, candy canes, and different seasonings are favorite additions to any hot chocolate. Cookies, candy, and holiday baking are great for dunking in your hot cocoa. Milk, cream, and liquors are also great to have on your stand as well.
Decorating your hot cocoa stand can be as simple or as intricate as you would like to make it. A welcoming sign or banner is great for identifying your stand. Holiday napkins and straws are essentials you will want to have handy at your stand.
Christmas hot chocolate stands are not only great for your office Christmas party but are a great addition to your Christmas morning ritual, children’s Christmas party, or for entertaining you might do throughout the fall and winter.