How to Host a Household-Only Super Bowl Party You Won’t Soon Forget
February 1, 2021
Super Bowl Sunday is almost here! It’s going to look a little bit different than last year—or maybe a lot different. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun! Bring a bit of normalcy to the day by taking these steps.
- Curate the menu. The Super Bowl of football is also the Super Bowl of snacking. You’ll want to create a spread of tasty bites to enjoy. Complement classics like wings and deviled eggs with unexpected apps, perhaps this broccoli-cheese stromboli or mini meatball sliders.
- Decorate like a crowd is coming. You might only be watching the game with immediate family or roommates this year, but you can still go all out on decor. Fun decorations will make the atmosphere feel more festive. Order a cute football helmet banner showcasing the colors of your chosen team or DIY your own Super Bowl trophy to serve as the centerpiece of your appetizer spread.
- DIY fun accessories to root on your team. Are you excited about the teams facing off in the Super Bowl this year? Maybe one of them has always been your favorite, the team you grew up watching every brisk fall Sunday with your family. If that’s the case, get into the spirit by shaking these DIY pom-poms as you cheer them on toward victory.
- FaceTime the friends and family who can’t be there. If your typical Super Bowl viewing crew can’t all be together this year, the next best thing is video-chatting them in. Set up a FaceTime or Zoom session so you can touch base at halftime about how the game’s going.
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