Hosting a get-together for the big game? Here is the playbook for sure-to-win decorations and
Start with a menu that is sure to please the entire team. Choose food that everyone will enjoy and
display the menu so they will know the lineup. Make a lot of the food ahead of time so all you’ll be
doing is heating up a few things throughout the game. Choose cute theme-related names for the
food so everyone will get a kick out of your ideas.
It is important to have the perfect game food in good field position so they’re easy to grab
throughout the game.
My kitchen table is right beside the open family room so it makes for the perfect midfield on game
Add some theme-related decor to get your players in the mood. Make a turf table runner and a
Super Bowl sign that looks like a chalkboard with plays on it.
The party store has many theme-related items that will help you score, like mini football-shaped
bowls for the dips and cute football toothpicks.
Add some play-along activities like pick-your-favorite commercial or a Super Bowl commercial quiz
to make sure everyone is in the game. Personally I watch the Super Bowl for the commercials and
for the half-time show.
Something sweet is always a good game plan. Brownies in the shape of footballs and theme-
decorated chocolate-covered strawberries will help you win extra points. Touchdown!
Easy! Done! Enjoy!
Plan-it Vicki is the brainchild of Vicki Ross, an experienced Event Planner located in the
Hartford, Connecticut suburb of Avon. Vicki has created celebrations all over the Connecticut
Valley and as far west as the Litchfield hills and south towards Danbury. She and her staff provide
services for small, intimate dinner parties and large, full-scale events such as weddings and
bar and bat mitzvahs. Vicki can be reached at www.plan-itvicki.com or by email at: