Are you planning on hosting a super bowl party but have no clue where to start? Check out these super bowl party ideas that will certainly have people RSVP’ing!
1. Send a Game Day Invite
Before you get things rolling, send out your invitations but do not stick to bland invite that might get lost in the sea of mail, or a boring Facebook post that 90% of people are just going to scroll pass. Instead, make your own digital super bowl themed invitations!
2. Have Open Seating
You must get the logistics down on where everyone is going to gather and watch the game. Try to stick to having open seating, with plenty of pillows and floor cushions for people to sit on. Everyone is going to need plenty of room to get up and down, especially when they start jumping and hollering at the tv.
3. Create a spread
There are so many appetizers that people can eat on game day, from chips and guac to buffalo wings. When creating a spread, make sure everyone has plenty of dips and finger foods to choose from. Also, keep paper napkins and plates in stock for easier clean up. Lastly, create a football field table cloth to for extra fun!
4. Make sure there is enough ice
A cooler is a must for a super bowl party. Get extra bags of ice to keep all the drinks cool. And if you have the urge to be extra, create your own game day beverage station!
5. DIY Football Coasters
There is going to be a lot of drinks lying around, and you do not want anyone’s drink to ruin and leave rings on your coffee table, especially if it is wooden. Instead of being a mom and yelling at everyone, make your own football coasters and layer them on the coffee table.
6. Create Your Own Football Mason Jars
If you are basic and have an unexplained obsession with mason jars, get your art supplies out and create your own football mason jars! You can use them to hold silverware and straws. People can even use the jars as drinkware!
7. Football Field Guacamole Dip
A lot of people are going to be expecting chips, and a bowl of guacamole at the party, but surprise your guests with this football field guacamole dip! Add in mini football players by using baby carrots topped with olives.
8. Football Whoopie Pies with Cinnamon Cream
Looking for a unique super bowl dessert idea that isn’t a box of store bought cookies? Instead, be different and make these incredibly easy football whoopie pies. This recipe makes 14 servings, but you might want to double it because they will be gone in minutes!
If you want to make your cupcakes look all pretty, display them on a bleacher stand. This project might require some time and patience, but it is totally worth it! Just follow the steps here to build your own bleacher cupcake stand. Your cupcakes will certainly be the center of attention! FYI, this bleacher stand can be used to display other foods as well!
10. Create a Sundae Bar for Dessert
To ease the tension after half your party’s favorite team loses, create a sundae bar! Try to have as many flavors and toppings available for your guests. You can even use football mason jars to store some of the toppings like marshmallows and m&m’s. Who knows? Maybe peace can be established over a bowl of ice cream! After all, who doesn’t love ice cream?