If you love football, try something new this football season and bring the tailgate party indoors. The rustic party decorations are a snap to put together, and the menu is classic football food. This football party is all about enjoying a good game with good company.
Invitations that look like stadium seats offer the best seat on the couch. Order your own at websites like beau-coup.com and plumparty.com
A roll of kraft paper covers a table for a fun way to dress up the snack station. Paint yard lines and numbers or use white tape and adhesive numbers. Make simple snack sacks from white and brown lunch bags.
Every bash needs refreshments, and for your football party, we recommend a cooler full of cold ones. Let guests take their pick of light, dark, and regular brews, and keep a cooler full of sodas and bottled water close by for guests who don't want to imbibe.
Our step-by-step video will help you master these scruptious football cakes -- laces and all!
What could be more party perfect than crunchy chicken fingers and an array of saucy dips? We took this fun finger food a step further and used five types of breading for a mix-and-match flavor game.
It's way more fun to cheer on your favorite team when you have a crispy cookie in hand. Use a basic sugar cookie recipe and maple leaf cookie cutters for this fall-theme sweet treat. Fall colors inspired the sprinkle colors.
For a mighty menu option, pick up some meaty heroes at your favorite sandwich shop or make them yourself a couple hours before the game. To make them look party ready, wrap the sandwiches in butcher paper and tie them with team-color cord.