Plan a Super Bowl Party for Your Liv Northgate Apartment
The Super Bowl is coming up on February 4th, and we’ve got ideas for celebrating and watching the game in style with a party at your Liv Northgate apartment. So read through our post, plan your party, and head out to your favorite Gilbert area grocery store for snack ingredients you don’t have on hand, and get ready to rumble!
The days of paper invitation are pretty much a thing of the past, but that doesn’t mean your electronic version has to be a series of text messages or social media posts! Take a look at these: 15 Super Bowl Party Invitations, to get ideas or to just use. Figure out how many people can comfortably fit in your apartment, and invite more than that, because not everyone you invite will be able to make it. Do your best to get RSVPs so you will know how much food to plan.
The theme is a given — football — but how do you make it work for you? We have some ideas for fun, easy, ways to build the football theme at your party.
From the blogger: “When I watch football I love to get dressed up and make a lot of noise. Get your guests to go crazy during the game by providing them with a few wearables and noisemakers.”
Where “Super Sunday meets the Big Easy” is what you can do with this theme. Add an element of fun with football confetti, and don’t forget the beads!
Check out these 13 Super Bowl Party Ideas for more simple decorating ideas for a super bowl party.
A super bowl party is a great opportunity to have your guests bring potluck dishes to end up with a unique variety of food — however, if you like to know what’s going to be served, it may be better to plan the food yourself. Take into account how much time you have/want to invest in food preparation as you plan. Decide whether you want to do a full meal or just serve snacks. We’ve rounded up some snack recipes to help you get started:
Turn almonds into footballs for this easy-to-make, fun-to-eat snack. You will need Chex cereal, green candy melts, vegetable oil, creamy peanut butter, chocolate chips, white M&Ms, whole almonds, and powdered sugar; plus white icing for the almonds.
And for the health conscious football fan, Everyday Health has some healthy options for your game day goodies. There is no need to sacrifice taste for nutrition. Serving Truffled Popcorn with Rosemary and Garlic doesn’t even sound like it’s something on the healthy side --but it is indeed. Bon Appetite!
MyRecipes.com also has some great ideas for eating in style with essential tailgating recipes for things like Sausage, Bean, and Spinach Dip --served with chips or chunks of bread, it’s a warm filling dish for game day, and for dessert, check out these ideas: 8 Football Shaped Desserts
Enjoy the super bowl via the big screen, right here in Gilbert, AZ, and thanks for reading today’s post in the Liv Northgate Blog this week!