How to Plan Your Kids Chocolate Party


Every child loves a celebration! Most kids countdown the days to their birthday – and the party that’s likely to come with it. They have a chance to celebrate their special day with friends and family, get presents and eat cake. Birthdays, graduations or bar/bat mitzvah parties are a great boost to any child's self-esteem. Making them feel like creative kings or queens for the day is one of the best gifts you can give them. One thing your children are bound to love is a Chocolate Tales Kid’s Party. But, where should you start when planning your kid’s chocolate party?


  1. Theme & Decorations


Start with a theme. Parents are usually more comfortable with organizing party around a theme first, that way it’s easier to organize invitations, decorations, games, crafts and food. A Chocolate Tales party can cater to any theme your child prefers –a sports theme, a superhero bash, a princess party or just “chocolate-making fun.”

  1. Guest List and Invitations


If your child is the on the younger side, parents should make a guest list with the child’s friends or classmates in mind. Other children should be consulted, as they might have a specific group of friends they want invited. Invitations can be bought either in store or homemade, which sets the mood for the party and guests. Make sure to add important information like the date, time and directions – or special details like “child allergies” or "parents should accompany children."

  1. Place


Have your party in the comfort of your own home! There is no need to go off-site and pay for rental and vendor fees, when we can easily host your child’s chocolate party in your home. We’re able to come in, set up, prepare, and clean up leaving your home in its original condition. Parties in the home usually work better for younger children as they may be overwhelmed by unfamiliar surroundings.

  1. Entertainment


You don’t have to spend hours looking for entertainment that can add up to additional expenses. A Chocolate Tales party includes entertainment provided for any age group and the attention spans of your guests. Activities include: an interactive twist on the history of chocolate making, chocolate storytelling, playing interactive games and learning something new along the way. Most of the fun comes from kids rolling up their sleeves and experimenting with their creativity while making chocolate!

  1. Organize Help


Don't go it alone… because you don’t have to. Chocolate Tales does everything for you! You won’t have to ask for help from a spouse, relative, neighbor, babysitter or friends to assist with activities as well as serving and cleanup. Let us know when and where your child’s party is and we’ll make sure that everything is organized, prepared, entertainment is provided and clean up is done in a swift manner after the party.

  1. Food

With a chocolate making party, you can be sure that there will be lots of chocolate to nimble, sample, and bite into. The chocolate is always nut-free, gluten-free, and kosher. However, depending on your customs or budget, there is always the ability to serve any meal, treats, or appetizers you desire. As a rule of thumb, cake or ice cream is the only refreshment you need for a short party. Many children look at the cake as the focal point of the whole birthday ritual.

  1. Control Expenses


You don't need to spend a lot of money to have a successful party. Controlling expenses means you should not feel obligated to send home goody bags full of expensive toys. Chocolate Tales provides all the homemade chocolate goodies that children can take home to impress their parents with their newly developed culinary skills. Kids have great fun making their own chocolates, and we help them neatly wrap up their decorated chocolate creations to take home to enjoy later.

At a Chocolate Tales party, kids have fun and parents get to relax! Call us to arrange and start planning your kid’s party and entertainment today.