The holidays are an extraordinary time for coffee shops. Who doesn't want a warm and cozy drink in a cute shop on a cold day? Here are a few ideas for how you can decorate your coffee shop for the holidays!
Christmas stockings are a fun holiday tradition. You can bring this merriment to your shop by labeling a stocking for each of your employees. Make sure to hang them somewhere your customers can reach. This way, they can tip specific employees if they want to.
Wreaths, Trees, and Garlands
Pine tree branches are quintessential to the holiday season. Your local craft store is sure to have aisles and aisles of garlands, artificial pine trees, and wreaths. They're a great way to bring in the cozy vibes of the holiday season.
Window Clings and Writing
They say windows are the eyes to the house. Why not decorate them too? Try things like drawing with window markers and hanging window clings. They'll draw in customers from the windows.
Figurines and Trinkets
Decorating your shelves is another way to bring in some holiday cheer. You can get simple and cute trinkets and figurines for your coffee shop. Try mini Christmas trees or ceramic snowmen. It'll give your customers the feeling of home.
Winter has the darkest nights and the coldest days. Bring some brightness to your coffee shop this holiday season with twinkle lights! Warm white and simple colors are a great way to warm up your shop.
Naughty and Nice Tip Jars
Naughty and nice are common titles in the holiday season. Give your customers a cute new reason to leave tips. Label one tip jar with "Naughty" and one with "Nice."
How have you decorated your coffee shop for the holidays? Take a picture and tag us on Instagram, we love hearing from you!