(Closed) how to serve hot drinks in a “pretty” way

posted 12 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
81 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: November 2007

Use old fashioned candy sticks as embellishments.  You can get clove flavored ones, and peppermint ones that will look adorable, then they will dissolve eventually and just add a little flavor.  I am doing a tea/coffee bar and using clear and pink rock candy sticks as stirrers.  It just gives it a little something extra. 

Post # 4
68 posts
Worker bee

I would serve the hot cocoa after the cake cutting. I think it’ll be cute to serve hot cocoa with minature marshmallows and cake instead of the traditional coffee and cake.

Post # 5
68 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

My mom made homemade marshmellows last winter (she said they were really easy) and if you got a tiny heart-shaped cookie cutter, you could make heart-shaped marshmellows for the cocoa!

Post # 6
18 posts

I was at a wedding a few years ago with a cocoa bar, and they had adorable heart shaped marshmallows like loveletter suggests, and then a bunch of whipped cream cans(wrapped in cute patterned paper to hide the ugly labels :)), jugs with chocolate syrup, and little dishes of sprinkles. That would be easy and inexpensive to do, and provide a nice extra touch to fancy up your cocoa. 🙂

I would also look into getting cinnamon sticks for your cider as well. They smell sooooooo good as they heat up. 

Post # 7
588 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2007 - Radisson Hotel

OKay, if I went to your wedding and had all those cute options aimee and loveletter suggested, I’d be so happy! I love cocoa and with all those options, I think I’d die from joy!

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