I recently had the amazing opportunity to work with a Tampa area event vendor. They just added a few vintage items to their rentals and I was thrilled to style them. And, while I loved styling both, the Holiday Hot Cocoa Bar has my whole heart!
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Hot Chocolate Bar
Every winter for the last several years, I have set up a little hot chocolate station for my boys on the first cold day of the season. Last year, I thought it would be fun to invite some friends over to our Winter Hot Cocoa Party. But, I have also had a small little Winter Cocoa Party for just the boys.
Holiday Hot Cocoa Bar
This year we can’t really have a party for guests, but we are still seeing our friends and neighbors outside from time to time.
With that in mind, I styled The Traveling Tap Florida’s vintage bike bar cart for socially distant celebrating. Guests can grab their own hot cocoa and hot cocoa cupcake from Mama Made Cookies. They can even add a splash of my favorite Peppermint Mocha Jackson Morgan Southern Cream to their cocoa! Then, I can quickly wipe down the space before our next neighbor arrives.
I gathered all of my cozy plaid blankets and pillows, and paired them with my vintage thermoses and cooler to bring in some of the traditional colors of the season. Then, I stacked them near a small Christmas tree, and on birch log risers around the bike table.
Hot Chocolate Station
The sweet vintage bike from The Traveling Tap would also be great for small family gatherings outside.
My husband and I even discussed renting it this season and inviting his clients to come to his office during an “open” house out door “party”.