Superbowl Party Secrets
January 30, 2015
Superbowl parties are all about appetizers, casual dress jersey wearing, drinking beer, and watching the game surrounded by friends. This means the fine china stays packed away and your Sunday best is not required this weekend. Here are some Superbowl party secrets you’ll need to know in order to help you make it through the party, while limiting mess and stress, but still trying to impress.
Tip #1: Bring out the party buckets and coolers!
Don’t worry about stocking up in your fridge, or leaving the beers on the table to get warm. When you know that you will have a house full of people who will be continuously drinking through the night, set up some fun party buckets, fill it up with ice, and keep these buckets stocked with beers for the night. This gives your guests easy access without trailing through your kitchen for their next beverage.
The Plastic Beverage Tub comes in four different colors, and is large enough to fulfill all of your beverage storing needs.
The Red Party Cup – Party Bucket is the large version of your standard “Red Solo Cup.” This will hold all your beverages and also be a conversation starter!
Tip #2: Avoid your fine china and have platters for appetizers.
This is not your average dinner party. Keep your finer things safe tonight and bring out the platter trays. Superbowl parties include a smorgasbord of varied appetizers and desserts. Most guests choose to bring a dish or two as a contribution. Have your platters ready to transfer the food you’ve made or even your guests. This will also create an unintentional display if laid out on a table as a casual, yet fun, presentation.
The Bamboo Puzzle Party Platters make for a fun way to display the many food choices that night.
Tip #3: Don’t forget to add some decorations.
Fill up your party area with football decorations. Don’t be afraid to go all out! This happens once a year, so why not?! These Corn on the Cob Holders make for cute little pieces that will make you want to serve corn that night!
Also check out our Superbowl Party Ideas post.
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