Super Bowl Party Planning

Written by on December 22, 2013 in Celebrating Seasons, Winter Celebrations with 1 Comment

Super Bowl party planningYes, it is time to get moving with your Super Bowl party planning. The Super Bowl is a little early this year. Sunday the 3rd of February is the big day!

Start with Super Bowl Party Invitations

What you need to start with are the invitations. Super Bowl Party Invitations can help you decide on the mood of your party. You know the theme will be football, but do you want to have a fun gathering with the whole family and the kids, or maybe you want to have a just-the-girls party. Send the guys to someone else’s house!

Which ever way you decide, you’ll want the Super Bowl Party invitations to set the mood right off. Plus they can help you decide on color schemes and extra decorations you may want to go with.

Super Bowl Party Planning: Decorations

Football decorations are also fun to add for your Super Bowl party. Lots of football themed things can really bring about a fun party. Getting all your guests into a festive and fun mood right off the bat.

At my house, the Super Bowl is a great excuse to have a party. Unless, of course, our favorite team is in the Super Bowl, then things get a little more serious!

But in the meantime, we are busy picking out our Super Bowl Party invitations and planning what football decorations we will be adding to the party.

Menus and Food for Super Bowl Party Planning

Picking your menu is another fun part of Super Bowl party planning. You’ll want lots of fun finger foods and easy snacks. Remember the Super Bowl is on a Sunday and you don’t want to stay up late cleaning too much. So pick the kinds of fun foods that you enjoy, but will be easy to clean up after.

Get your buffet table in order as well. You’ll want to have plenty of football serving dishes to help with the decorating. For most of us, the Super Bowl occurs right through dinner time. You don’t want to interrupt the game for a sit-down meal so a buffet is the easiest way to serve your menu. Be sure to use that football theme to decorate your buffet table.

Then sit back and enjoy the big game yourself. After all, Super Bowl party planning should not only be fun, but make it easy to watch the game, too.

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  1. Mandee says:

    My team didn’t make the play-offs but a Super Bowl party is still in the works. There is something special about that day, that game and football itself that calls for a celebration. I look forward to the food and menu ideas!

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