Super Bowl Party Ideas

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Superbowl party ideas 2014



Who is excited for Super Bowl?  Who do you predict will be the bottom 2 teams?  I’m horrible at this type of stuff, but I’m good at coming up with ideas to host a football party….ha! :)



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First thing to do, get a 6ft rectangular table and put a brown tablecloth over it.  It can be plastic or fabric whatever you have will work.



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I decided the centerpiece for the table wasn’t going to be cupcakes, cake or any type of dessert.  I wanted the focus to be snacks, treats and not too much sweet stuff.  I found the “Time-Out Treats” sign as a FREE download over at Dimple Prints…..Yay! Perfect! My 3-tier stand is from Pottery Barn.



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I bought mini milky way because is yummy and it matches the table :) I included some of our favorite snacks; peanut butter crackers, pretzels, salty peanuts, cheez-its and I put fritos in snack bags with the free football baggie topper from Dimple Prints.



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Who doesn’t love popcorn right?  These adorable boxes are from Party City and the round “Game Day Football” tags are a free download from Anders Ruff.



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I used paper bags to put peanuts inside.  Add the round tag from Anders Ruff website….it’s FREE!



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I put two adorable football dishes from Party City on the table.  These have sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and raw almonds.  I added the cute football picks from Party City as well.



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Get festive football cups from Party City. Print the free “Touchdown” flags from Anders Ruff.



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Instead of desserts, I put some lollipops, football mints and candy sticks for the kids.  I got all these at Party City.



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Speaking of kids, I put a small table for them with a few fun things.  I love the turf as the tablecloth and it’s easy to clean.



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I made this cute centerpiece with football cutouts from Party City. I glued them on paper straws and inserted them in the brown ceramic box. I wrapped football ribbon I had in my craft box.  You could use a recycled can wrapped with football scrapbook paper if you don’t have a brown box.



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I made green jello for the kids in a green cupcake wrapper.  Found these at Hobby Lobby. I wrapped apple juice with football scrapbook paper.



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These cool football necklaces can be found at Party City.



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Are you hosting a Super Bowl party or maybe you have someone who loves football and these ideas are an inspiration for a fun birthday party?  Guess what?!  Party City is giving away TWO Football party packages valued at $50 for you and/or a friend!  Be sure to stop by tomorrow to enter this awesome giveaway!

What’s your favorite detail about my football party ideas?

 

 






4 Comments

4 Comments on Super Bowl Party Ideas

  1. Juan Carlo (Catering Services)
    June 18, 2014 at 1:37 am (1 month ago)

    Loved those football necklaces! Bet the kids will go nuts tasting all those sweet treats. Really liked your food presentation and table setup. Thanks for the idea. Definitely 100% Super Bowl!

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  2. Bonnie B
    May 29, 2014 at 8:12 am (2 months ago)

    Where did you get the 3-tier serving item (the one the “take-out treats” are in)?

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  3. TheBargainBabe
    January 6, 2014 at 11:07 pm (7 months ago)

    Man, is it Super Bowl time already? Guess it isn’t far away! Love the “Time Out Treats”. :)

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  4. Brittany
    January 6, 2014 at 4:10 pm (7 months ago)

    I love all these ideas, especially that you used snacks and treats instead of cupcakes and cake… genius! Can’t wait for the Super Bowl.

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