Today I am sharing my fun Christmas station filled with hot chocolate goodies featuring the cutest Christmas gnomes ever! Did you know that hot chocolate bars are even being used now in weddings? I had no idea! Minus some of the Christmas decor, you could definitely create a fun hot chocolate bar for a wedding.
Today I am going to show you how to set up a hot chocolate bar or station with 5 easy steps and it’s easier than you think!
Christmas Hot Chocolate Station Ideas
The wine cabinet was originally being used as a sofa table in my living room but decided it would be cute in the foyer as a hot chocolate beverage station.
It’s a little big for the wall but it works!
Related: my hot chocolate station featuring santa mugs
I am obsessed with red Christmas gnomes this year and I think my mom is too!
I noticed a couple new gnomes on her bed this past weekend :).
What to buy for a hot chocolate station
I went shopping at Homegoods last month and filled my cart with every single gnome and also found so many hot chocolate treats, toppings and fun Christmas mugs.
Additionally, I found some new Christmas red tabletop trees, the adorable wooden red and green Christmas sign along with the gorgeous white fluffy holiday wreath.
Other items that you will need for your hot chocolate bar are, hot chocolate, hot milk or water, cute mugs or thermoses (if outdoors) toppings, paper cups, spoons and stirring sticks.
How to Make a hot chocolate station for Christmas
Any tabletop in your home will work to make a hot chocolate station.
Wondering how to spruce up a tabletop?
Try adding a festive red plaid or solid holiday colored tablecloth to create a baseline for your beverage station.
I love the idea of layering a Christmas wreath on top of a mirror with crafting wire so I wrapped the wire around the back of the mirror and tied the wreath to the mirror.
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Even Chesney is loving our Fun Christmas Station filled with Hot Chocolate Goodies!