Host a Super Bowl Party

I’m not a football fan. Iam also not more totally aware of what is happening on the field during the game. By cons, as many of you I have seen a number of American film where this game is in the spotlight.

Football reminds me of lazy family Sundays, where I can ask my questions without people moan or groan. But one thing is certain I’m always excited for the Super Bowl, because of the half-time show and where the meal almost acts as a picnic in the living room.

The Super Bowl will be held on February 2nd. This will be the XLVIII (48) American Super Bowl. The game will be played in East Rutherford, NJ.

The Super Bowl is the ultimate football fan holiday, and no holiday is complete without a party full of good friends, delicious food and drinks, of course. If you’re looking for ideas for a fun Super Bowl party, look no further – we have everything you need to keep the cheer going until the final touchdown.

The Colors

Some enthusiasts go as far as their interiors decorated in the colors of their favorite team. Here is the color palette of the last year two teams. Ravens wear purple and the 49ers wear red. By cons, gold color is shared by both teams.

This year the two opposing teams are the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks. The Broncos wear orange and the Seahawks wear blue.

So if you are fans of a team and you dare put your decor this thematic well when you wear your sweater, you will base the decor.


The perfect Super Bowl party always has a seemingly endless flow of snacks. That means chips, dips, pizza, burgers and anything else that is easy to eat crowded around a television screen. If you know you’re hosting a full house, make sure to start cooking Saturday evening instead of Sunday morning – you’ll thank yourself later when you’re watching the big game instead of sweating it out in the kitchen!


Everyone knows that football and beer go together. However, with the holidays well over, a Super Bowl party is your chance to finally trash that bottle of peppermint schnapps and experiment with new cocktails, like a spicy Michelada – great for accompanying that “endless” bowl of chips and dip!

The Super Bowl is also an opportunity to give your bar some love – what better way to end football season serving custom drinks to your signature?

Source idea:  HGTV Web Site, from Jessica Yonker, January 29, 2013.

Originally published on Coeur en Fête Blog : January 27 2014.


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