Edible Fruit: Super Bowl Party Planning
Super Bowl embodies the last hooray of the NFL season. Edible Fruit’s editors recommends these steps to plan a Super Bowl Party (with little effort).
- Plan the menu.
Keep the menu simple. Opt for vegetables, deli meats and finger food, (side dishes). Think pizza, burgers, brats, nacho chips. The objective is to keep the clean up low maintenance.
- Remember the festivities.
Order a fruit bouquet in advance. Edible Arrangements, Fruit Flower.com and the Fresh Fruit Basket company sell different football themed fruit displays and treats. These thematic goodies appeal to those watching their weight.
Edible fruit basket notes: At FruitFlower.com, these edible fruit baskets, start at $39.00. Edible Arrangements features edible fruit bouquets arranged in container that resembling a football (starting at $67). Don’t forget to download coupons at EdibleArrangementsCoupons.com and other sites featuring coupon promotional codes.
Note that the franchised edible fruit bouquet companies carry different inventory. When ordering the football fruit bouquet confirm that the store has the vase, cup or football in stock.
- Buy the decorations.
Football party favorites need not be expensive, unless it’s your favorite team.
Pick up low budget decorations. Go to a party outlet store or even a dollar store, where NFL themed paper plates, napkins and giveaways should be on sale. Buy several gift bags and fill with candy, a NFL beer koozie, a beer opener, and other nostalgic items.
During the party.
- Keep it fun.
Create a football square pool to keep your guest’s everyone interested in the game. At eat quarter, don’t forget to award each quarter’s winner with his or her earnings.
- Part with gifts.
Remember the giveaways. Give your guests a gift basket filled with NFL paraphernalia.
Remove the remaining speared edible fruit and refrigerate. As an alternative, toss the remaining fruit in the blender to turn into a virgin or spiked smoothie.