A room full of football-related decors, huge LED with your favorite team’s match telecast, lots of food and drinks and a bunch of friends cheering for the players- that’s what a Super Bowl party looks like. However, when it comes to the planning part, you need to have a checklist by your side. Read on to know all that’s needed to throw a Super Bowl party.
Plan in advance:
It is advisable to plan ahead of time so as to avoid any sort of hassle. It’ll avoid embarrassing situations such as running out of food or power failure. So, consider making a list of guests and everything that you’ll require to keep the party going smoothly.
Optimal seating and decor:
When it comes to a Super Bowl party, this may be considered as the most important aspect. So, firstly decide on a large area with optimal seating. Next, ensure that your television screen is large enough for each guest to view it comfortably. Once you’re done with the seating part, focus on decoration. You can make use of fun football printables available on Pinterest for this. The basic idea behind decorating the entire place is raising the enthusiasm level and making the event more fun.
Provide different spaces to hang out:
You’ll want to invite almost all of your friends to your party and there’s a possibility that not each of them would be a football lover. So, it’s imperative that chatting and eating will keep your party going. So, consider setting up different zones where your party guests can hang out.
Avoid the mess in advance:
In order to eliminate the after party mess, you can go for paper plates and cups. You can also consider making a recycling run at halftime so as to avoid heaps of after party clutter.
Arrange party accessories:
Nobody can watch a match without cheering. In other words, a Super Bowl party is fun when you have plan to dress up in those jerseys and wigs and hoot throughout the game. So, you can arrange party favors and party accessories that they can cheer with during the game.
Serve food in installments:
Why do we say so? Well, it’s because if you serve everything at once it might get finished long before the game is over. On the other hand, if you bring out food in batches, everyone will be forced to slow down while making it seem like there’s a never-ending supply of food!