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Hot Chocolate bombs/sticks wedding favors

Brianne, on September 21, 2021 at 7:54 PM Posted in Style and Décor 1 3
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I've been brainstorming some ideas for wedding favors that are affordable and where I won't have so much leftover and I got to thinking....Hot chocolate bombs/sticks!

Our wedding will be in December and was thinking about what we can give guests to enjoy while they wait for any last-minute photos and we got to thinking about making those. It's cold, and when it's cold, people like to drink hot chocolate! AND if there is a LOT left over, I know of a certain bride who just LOVES hot chocolate Smiley winking

Though, concern from friends is saying that they might melt or will have to be kept in the fridge for a LONG amount of time. Also, suggestions to make Hot Chocolate ornaments might be better.

I am SLIGHTLY against the ornaments because they really wouldn't fit with the theme of my wedding. Yes, the wedding is in December, BUT it's a constellation theme. If it was a Christmas or Winter theme, I could see us doing that, but after having to compete for my birthday between two holidays (my birthday is New Year's Eve) I don't really want any Christmas-themed stuff in my wedding.

So, my main question(s) is for those who had made or used Hot Chocolate bombs/Sticks,

How did you store them?

How long can they be on a table before melting?

Any other advice you can give for using those as favors?

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Latest activity by Lynnie, on September 22, 2021 at 3:50 PM
  • Clarissa
    Rockstar October 2021
    Clarissa ·
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    As long as they’re refrigerated and brought out during dinner or later in the event they won’t melt. Especially in December even with the heat it would take a little while before it actually melts.
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  • Samantha
    Devoted May 2022
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    Freeze a couple cookie sheets and then set the bombs on them.

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  • Lynnie
    WeddingWire Administrator October 2016
    Lynnie ·
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    I agree with Clarissa - they should be fine!!

    My mom loves to give these out for holiday occasions and I've never had mine melt!

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