20 #Winning Last-Minute Super Bowl Party Ideas
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20 #Winning Last-Minute Super Bowl Party Ideas

The Super Bowl is almost here, and you just decided to throw a party? Not a problem. These #winning football decorations require minimal effort but leave a lasting impression. Here are *the* 20 finishing touches to kick off your Super Bowl Sunday.

1. DIY Field Goal Posts: These tiny posts go beyond decor: Fold up a few paper “footballs” and challenge your guests to a rousing game of paper football. All you need is a long dining room table or, in a pinch, smooth flooring. (via Horrible Housewife)

2. Go Team Straws: Getting crafty on the field may lead to a penalty, but getting a bit crafty for a party is definitely encouraged. (via Kara’s Party)

3. Printable Game Day Bingo: Even guests whose interest in the big game starts and stops with the commercials can enjoy the evening. Set up a friendly game of Super Bowl Bingo with these printables and start thinking of a cool prize to offer the winner. (via Studio DIY)

4. DIY Football Coasters: To keep things both tidy and festive, DIY a set of coasters out of cork and paint. Of course, a refreshingly fruity beer cocktail is a no-brainer. (via Birds Party)

5. DIY Football Chocolate-Covered Strawberries: These chocolate-covered strawberries — AKA the most delicious footballs ever — are something you’ll want to bring out right before JT takes to the halftime stage. If you’re short on time, buy your strawberries pre-dipped and just add the icing. (via Domestic Fits)

6. Printable Sports Party Labels: Labeling what’s what on your game day spread has never looked so festive. (via Val Event Gal)

7. Printable Super Bowl Photo Booth Props: Game time is great for photos, especially if your guests come decked-out in their team’s colors. (via Hostess With the Mostess)

8. Football Food Printables: You’ll score for sure with these referee- and playbook-inspired printables. Decorate everything in referee gear to show your guests you mean business. (via Hostess With the Mostess)

9. Chocolate and Mint Football Cupcakes: While the football pros are busy eating turf, you can show some solidarity with cupcakes iced to match. (via Martha Stewart)

10. DIY Giant Emoji Foam Finger: You can’t have a football party without wearing a huge AF foam finger! Go the non-traditional foam finger way and DIY your own to look like the hand emoji on your keyboard. (via Studio DIY)

11. Rate the Commercials Printables: If you’re there for the commercials, DIY a batch of these printables so you and your squad can weigh in on how the advertising scores. (via Studio DIY)

12. Printable Football Treat Boxes: After the final score, when your friends are either celebrating or swearing over their team, let ’em pack up the leftover party goodies in themed treat boxes. (via Practically Functional)

13. Ice Cream Football Sandwiches: Between the ice cream and the icing, this is kind of the ultimate dessert. Adding game plays to the handles is the finishing touch that makes this DIY a crowd-pleaser. (via Celebration Shoppe)

14. Game Day Table Cloth: Next to a turf tablecloth, this craft-paper runner featuring football plays is the most thematic you can get. It’s the little details like this that bring your decorations to life. (via Peachfully Chic)

15. Yardline Bunting: Score a touchdown with this sideline turf banner. It’s not made of flimsy paper, so this one can go the distance and be used again for years to come. (via Salty Canary)

16. Game Day Beverage Station: Hydration is key on and off the field, so make sure everyone watching at home gets their share of H20. A big green tub with a goal post will make it hard for anyone to miss the drinks. (via Craftaholics Anonymous)

17. Astroturf Placemats: True fans will be tickled by the astroturf placemats, and will be trying to sneak one home for next year’s season. (via Sugar & Cloth)

18. Football Party Mason Jars: Just when you thought you’d seen the last of mason jar crafts, they’re back to display cutlery and straws on the buffet. (via Mason Jar Crafts Love)

19. Big Game Letter Board: You don’t necessarily have to bring the scoreboard into your home to convey the football theme. A letter board with some key words should be enough to get the message across. (via The Tomkat Studio)

20. Football Helmet Drink Stirrer: Elevate your cocktail station in time for kick-off with swizzle sticks painted to match the teams’ colors. (via Inspired by Charm)

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(Additional reporting by Ariel Garneau)