The Super Bowl is almost here! And whether you are a Chiefs, a 49ers fan, or just watching for the Half Time Show, you’ll surely be a winner with our recommendations on how to throw the best Super Bowl party around.
How Many People Are You Hosting?
This might go without saying, but it’s not the same to invite your next-door neighbors over as it is to host the better part of your husband’s high school football team.
For starters, your menu should adapt to how many people you’ll have to feed. The more intimate, the more you can personalize it and throw in cute football references. The bigger the party, the more you might have to consider ordering out.
Also, do you have enough seating for everyone? Maybe you have to rent out chairs or put up a projector or extra TVs in your backyard. If you’re hosting a crowd, try to set up different areas where they can gather to watch the big game.
What are You Serving?
Food is a huge part of any football party, especially this one. Are you going the traditional route with pizza, chips and dips, and wings, or are you fancying it up? Either way, here are some great ideas to feed your super bowl crowd:
- Chicken wings
- Hot Dogs
- Cheese and crackers
Are you up for cooking? Here are some great super bowl recipes:
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What Are the Kids Doing?
Maybe the little ones are watching the game with you, maybe they’re more interested in their own game. Either way, make sure to take them into account on this special day.
If they’re watching the game with you, maybe you want to get them team jerseys or hats to enjoy the game. If they won’t be into the game, what can you set up to entertain them? Here are some ideas:
- Board games
- Football Movies
- Football-related crafts
- Ring toss
- Bean bag football toss
- Football bingo
Whatever you do, make sure to take them into account and make it a special day for them as well.
For more ideas on how to Host the Ultimate Super Bowl Party, check out this article from Better Homes & Garden.