Cookies and Cocoa Party

Whether your guest list includes adults or kids, everyone will love this sweet and chocolatey Cookies and Cocoa themed party.

Guests were invited with our printable invitations to a Cookies and Cocoa Party that also doubled as a holiday shopping extravaganza. A chance to come and eat some yummy cookies, make a custom cup of cocoa for yourself and shop from six different vendors that attended the party.

Snowflakes and candy canes were our inspiration for the color palette. Light blues, silver snowflakes and red and white stripes bring you right into the holiday season.

We used two different fabrics for the backdrop to give the effect of falling winter snowflakes. Red and white striped tissue poms were made to look like giant peppermint candies. Glass milk bottles for wrapped with our free printable hot cocoa wraps and paired with blue and white striped paper straws.

The hot cocoa is the centerpiece of our dessert display in our elegant white tureen. With a variety of toppings, mixers and stirrers, it’s time to get creative with your cocoa. Andes mints, toffee bits, mini chocolate chips, coconut and caramel for toppings. Cinnamon sticks, snowflake chocolate covered pretzels and peppermint spoons for stirrers. The flavor possibilities are endless!

Let’s talk cookies. A variety of cookies was a must. Large glass jars with chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, white chocolate sugar, and chocolate sandwich cookies. We also had   peppermint chocolate covered Oreos. We tied the cookie jars with blue-silvery snowflake ribbon to tie in with the theme.

Try having a Cookies and Cocoa party for your child’s next play date. The kids will love choosing their own cocoa toppings and drinking out of these cute paper straws. You could even switch out the hot cocoa with chocolate milk!

Styling, design and desserts by: Morsels Party Planning
Photography by: Sarah Cruz Photography

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