Everyone’s getting excited for Super Bowl Sunday – it will be a great East Coast battle this year between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots. The big question is how will you be partying while you watch the big game? We love any excuse to host a fabulous event – so we’re sharing some Super Bowl party inspiration today to help with any last minute planning.
Ready. This Super Bowl Party from Wants and Wishes Design offers a great party design that works no matter what teams are playing. This party design could also be used for a football themed birthday event. Because drinks are such an important part of game day, this party has a designated section just for beverages. This display included cans of soda and mini waters with custom football inspired label wraps. One label is cuter than the next! The drink wraps are a great way to tie ordinary beverage containers into the overall theme of the party. The drink table is decorated with large foam fingers – a football game necessity (and great decor prop!). The food table looks amazing, with popcorn served in referee themed bags and “goal post cupcakes.”
My favorite part of this party is the chocolate covered Oreo “Playbook” which was designed to have the scrumptious cookies (with X’s and O’s) arranged on a printed football field. What a delicious play!
Set. This Super Bowl Party from Cupcake Wishes and Birthday Dreams has a lot of helpful DIY tips that could easily be incorporated into your own party. The sign saying “Please Enjoy Some Game Day Snacks” is a fun way to let your guests know they can help themselves to some munchies. This party also shows us that serving snacks like chips and pretzels in decorative fry boxes is quite the creative invention. What a handy way to grab a bite, right?! Wrapping deli sandwiches in wax paper to make things seem catered is a nifty idea. With an impressive food spread, all of your guests will be happy they were invited to your Super Bowl game watch!
Hut! For more ideas and tips, visit our Super Bowl Party planning page.
How do you celebrate the Super Bowl? Share your ideas in the comments below.