I wanted to share with you guys some ideas when throwing a Hot Cocoa party, “Adult style”. Jamie from Sweet Jelly parties and I put this shoot together and hope you can get some inspiration for your parties.
First up, the table setting, this was for a dinner party. We rented these beautiful end chairs made for a king and queen through Party Pieces by Perry. She has an array of rental choices to choose from. You’ll see another piece as you scroll down from her company as well.
These custom name setting were from Letters to U and were laser cut from wood. These were also used as take home favors for the guests. Aren’t these impeccable! We just loved them.
The beautiful flowers were by Fitzgeralds Floral Events. She did a stunning job and scroll down to see how she transformed my chandelier, it’s amazing!
This amazing bar was rented from Party Pieces by Perry.
This party was geared for adults, so to kick it up a notch we added mini libations so you could choose to add to your cocoa.
All the sweet goodies were from the lovely Roni’s Sugar Creations. She makes some awesome desserts and she made some great stuff for our shoot. Check out the meringue tree below.
How pretty are these birch place card holders and those glitter votives!? They’re from Kate Aspen and their company has a ton of great things to add to your parties.
This was a menu some ideas for the hot cocoa to spice things up a bit. We had things like, “The Spicy Lady, The Irish, Mint to be and Sweet and Salty” for flavor ideas. Behind the sign was the meringue tree from Roni’s Sugar Creations.
The tassel garland was from Soiree by Ria and made a great addition to ourselves.
All photography was by Hailey Grace photography so a big thanks to her for being a part of our shoot.
-Desserts: Roni’s Sugar Creations
-Glitter votives & Birch place card holders: Kate Aspen
-Tassel Garland: Soiree by Ria
-Calligraphy Wood names: Letters to you
-Florals: Fitzgeralds Flowers & Events
-Hot Cocoa Table & Burgundy Chairs: Party Pieces by Perry
-Photography: Hailey Grace Photography