Hot Cocoa Station

One of my favorite holiday family traditions is piling into the car, turning up the Christmas jams and cruising around looking at Christmas lights. Every year I say that we should have brought along some hot cocoa and usually go home afterwards and have some but this yeah I really wanted to do it up and make sure we remembered the cocoa!
So, I decided to set up a little hot cocoa station complete with disposable cups to take with and I invited a few of our favorite people over to have some cocoa and caravan to go look at lights.
Putting this together was really simple using products found at Oriental Trading Company. I picked up the adorable glass jar and Santa bowl and knew they would be perfect for cocoa and marshmallows! I used these fun chalkboard labels to add to the jar. The sticker is a vinyl type sticker so it can easily be removed. And those stag stir sticks are just darn adorable I think adding some glitter to the tip of the horns would be SO cute! Speaking of cute, how cute is the tassel garland?
 
Sweet Banner of Mine created the adorable hot cocoa banner and I also grabbed the cute Merry and Bright napkins from Oriental Trading Co.
And because it's not a get together without a party favor, I put together these cute little kraft bags with a  chalkboard place card filled with some candy for the drive! I chose adorable Santa and elf mustache gummies and some Holiday light suckers because duh... Christmas lights! And I wrapped up a delicious chocolate peppermint cheesecake pop for each bag. They were so super simple to make and everyone LOVED them, the perfect compliment to the hot cocoa!

 I used this fun chalkboard washi tape on the disposable and festive holiday cups to easily keep track!

My very talented and dear friend, Rachel Harding of North Phoenix Moms Blog designed my chalkboard which is LOVE.
I think the results turned out super adorbs!!



Please note that I received the products above t review from Oriental Trading Company free of charge for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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