Super Bowl XLVIII Party Ideas

Party on a budget

Happy Friday! Are you excited for football this weekend?  Who is it going to be? Denver vs Seattle? I think so! I had the opportunity to appear on TV yesterday to share some of my super bowl party ideas on a budget.

Superbowl ideas 2014

What is the first thing you do when planning a party? Figure out how much you wish to spend. I usually go for $100 or less if possible.

Super Bowl Food


Sorry this isn’t the best pic because it’s blurry. I decided to set up snacks on this 3-tier stand. Treats are easy to find at your local store or the Dollar Tree.

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Get these fun bag toppers from Dimple Prints. I put fritos in each bag.

diy boxesYou can never go wrong with popcorn. Make it cute in these adorable boxes from Party City. They come in a pack of 5 for $1! The round tags for each team can be found over at Itsy Belle Studio.


Pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and almonds are easy snacks and not messy. The cute football dish can be found at Party City.

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I suggest using paper bags for your peanuts. The “Game Day” circle is a free download from Anders Ruff.

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For sweets, I bought donut holes and used these football picks from Party City.

DIY lollipop holder

These green lollipops are from Party City as well. I wrapped ribbon around a piece of foam and added some paper shred.

DIY cupcacke stand

I made this stand with a pizza tray and pie pan from the Dollar Tree. The tube in the middle is a can of hair spray wrapped with scrapbook paper. Get the free football cupcake toppers for the cupcakes from Itsy Belle Studio.

football cupcakes

superbowl XLVIII 2014


All of the football party supplies can be purchased at Party City.

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With my pretty friend and hair stylist, Yaneth. She came to help me.


I’m very thankful to Arizona Midday for the opportunity to appear on their show!

I hope you like these ideas and there are more on my Football Pinterest board.