Friday, February 4, 2011

SUPER BOWL PARTY



OK... I know our Colts didn't make it past the playoffs but I thought I would share some ideas from our Colts Playoffs Party.  You could easily translate these ideas for your Super Bowl Party this Sunday.



FOR THE BIG KIDS

Here we started with a 5' round table, dressed it with blue floor length linen and topped it with an AstroTurf topper.  
The centerpiece was a a colts helmet, pom poms and megaphones.

I wrapped a sweat band around each napkin, used Pottery Barns vintage football plates and made a football wrap for the rocks glasses.



FOR THE WEE-ONE'S
For the kids table we used the same blue cloth, kid sized chairs with little jersey's as "chair covers" 
The table centerpiece was a mini candy/trinket buffet with blue and white gumballs, blue and white m&m's, mini pom poms, "bad call footballs" (squishy footballs to throw at the TV when the referee makes a bad call)  pennants and mini helmets.



Here is a really bad phone pic of the kids place setting.  The charger plate was a "coaches clipboard" with a mini pom pom, Colts pennant and blue Gatorade.


THE BAR

The bar table featured a chalkboard centerpiece with a football play.
Other details included a signature blue drink and wristbands wrapped around beer mugs.

3 comments:

Susan Crabtree said...

you always do such an amazing job & your eye for detail is incredible!

DGBofTTFT said...

Total FOOTBALL FABULOSITY!! Great job, Jamee! ...and w/Super Bowl 2012 here in Indy next year, folks better book you early for next year's Super Bowl festivities!! :)

Shirley Gray said...

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