Throw a Super Bowl Party

Seahawks Super Bowl Party

Seattle is fully engulfed in Seahawks fever! Everywhere you go, it’s all about the Seahawks and the 12th Man fans! That NFC Championship game was nuts — the Seahawks somehow pulled out the win. It was exciting, even for me because I don’t really follow football. I may not know much about the game, but I do know how to throw a good party.

Check out my straight-forward ideas for throwing an amazing Super Bowl party (or Super Bowl Widows Party). It’s not about decking out your house and making your table look like a football field. I just like to have good food (healthy, since we are still working on our New Year’s resolutions) and a great signature cocktail. The rest will come because you’ll be surrounded by great friends!

  1. Depending on the amount of guests, have more than one TV set up.   I like to have the main TV in the family room, but also have one in the dinging room/kitchen and one in the living room.   This way not everyone has to be crowded around one tv, and if you leave the room, you won’t miss anything.
  2. Have a self-serve menu. You won’t be stuck in the kitchen.   I’m making my BBQ Chicken Lettuce Wraps.
  3. Even if you aren’t a big fan like me and you don’t have any football décor, you can use anything that is in your team colors; blue and green napkins, balloons, etc. (Note: Local stores right now have great supplies of Super Bowl and Seahawk items, like Bartell’s where I purchased the Super Bowl Napkins and Plates.)
  4. Have a signature cocktail and a non-alcoholic version ready for everyone. I’ll be serving my Hail Bloody Mary’s. More about that tomorrow.
  5.  The number one tip is to just enjoy the day with your friends and family even if your team isn’t playing.

how good is that

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