Carpe cocoa, seize the chocolate! You don’t have to visit Willy Wonka’s Chocolate factory for a premium chocolate experience. You can create your own chocolate wonderland in the comfort of your home. We partnered with Lindt to create a dreamy, holiday tablescape. So forget love, let’s fall in Lindt chocolate.
We believe every holiday should be celebrated in style. In the past, we hosted Ugly Sweater, Winter Wonderland and Naughty or Nice holiday parties. This year, Lindt’s Milk Chocolate Snowman Hollow Figure inspired our chic Let It Snow Party.
We decorated the table with crisp snowman linens. The whimsical linens inspired the party’s white, crimson, green and silver color palette. We placed a holiday bouquet of roses, mums, lilies and silver branches in the center of the table. We used silver trees, succulents and white candles as additional table decor. For an extra chocolatey look, we scattered LINDOR truffles on the table.
We used Lindt’s milk chocolate Snowman, Elf, and Bear mini figures to add an extra festive look to our table centerpiece.
We created adorable, holiday place settings. We layered snowman napkins over green plates. We alternated between Lindt’s hollow milk chocolate Santa and Snowman favors at each place setting. We filled festive Ho Ho Ho wine glasses with Pinot Noir for the adults and sparkling apple cider for the children.
Lindt offers an assortment of holiday truffles. The red Milk Chocolate LINDOR Truffles are available all year round. We love the creamy, rich flavor of this truffle. For the holiday season, Lindt added Milk Peppermint Cookie and Snowman LINDOR truffles to its chocolate menu. We highly recommend you try these limited edition flavors before they sell out!
We scattered a large stack of mixed truffles on a cake plate. We created our own LINDOR Truffle 150-pc Mix and ordered an assortment of truffles. We selected seasonal holiday truffles and red/blue truffles to coordinate with our color scheme. With 24 truffle varieties, you will find a flavor for everyone.
We unwrapped a mix of truffles and placed them on a silver tray with an assortment of mini chocolate snowman, bears and elves.
We also gave Keira and her brother Dylan Lindt Advent calendars.
So let’s raise some Lindt chocolates and toast the holidays.
When it comes to chocolate, resistance is futile.Regina Brett
Such good quality chocolate and a tradition for our family.
This table is set perfectly. You guys are ready for the festive season x
I’m a big fan of Lindt chocolates, so you had me with the headline. How cute are those snowmen??? Love them! It all seems festive and perfect additions to holiday festivities. I’m in!
So jealous of all that chocolate. We love Lindt in our family. The advent calendar looks like something we would enjoy very much!
I absolutely love Lindt chocolate so I can definitely get behind this!
I love this chocolate advent calendar! What a celebration indeed! I gotta look it up.
These are very cute and fancy chocolates for display on dinner table during Christmas. I hope I can find one.
What a great addition to the holiday season…adding it to your table is a great idea!
I’m totally up for advent calendar especially if it’s food-related. I love the way you set things up, it looks amazing.