Lumberjack Themed Pizza Party

This lumberjack themed pizza and hot cocoa party is easy to put together and so, so cute!

 
 
I decided to have a few friends over for a cheesy Christmas movie night, so I set up this lumberjack pizza and hot cocoa station for the occasion. But I am also going to host a baby shower in January and decided to use the same theme so I can reuse the party decor and supplies for the shower. I also think a lumberjack theme would be adorable for a boy’s birthday. So I’ve got some free printable signs for you at the end of the post and I made different ones for all three types of parties.
 
Let’s look at some of the party details. 
 
I like to serve them on round metal pizza pans to up the presentation factor.
 
 
The pizza and the pans are both from WalMart. The pans were less than a dollar each, so they’re a great thing to grab for parties.
 
Now let’s take a look at the hot cocoa station. I used a pretty galvanized metal tiered stand with copper accents to hold all of the mason jars full of cocoa add-ins.
 
I loaded my cocoa station with creamer, mints, chocolate chips, caramels, marshmallows and stirring sticks.
 
I bought plain white mugs at WalMart as well and figured I would send them home with guests so they could double as a party gift.
One small but fun detail at the party were the wood slice napkin rings. They are super easy to make. Just cut a 3 inch section of elastic and hot glue it into a loop on the back of a small wood slice. Slip the napkin through the ring and voila! Aren’t they cute?
 
I mentioned that I made three different party signs to use for different occasions. Here’s what they look like:
Use them to make signs or invitations or labels… whatever you need! I’ve also included the buffalo check “cocoa” banner I used on the hot chocolate station and some blank cards to use for food labels and what not.
 
DOWNLOAD HERE:
 
 
So are you ready to party like a lumberjack?

13 COMMENTS

  1. Love this idea I own a resort in Minnesota, we do kids activities 2-3 times a week I make my own pizzas, but the hot chocolate just would not go in the summer time, any substitute s thank you Mary

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