How to Host a Football Watch Party

Football Tablescape

It’s NFL Sunday but nowadays there’s football on every day except Tuesday and Wednesday and thankfully you can watch hockey, playoff baseball and soon enough, basketball on those nights.  BUT there’s nothing like a watch party for football.  It starts early and last past the game….especially if your team wins!  Here’s my tips to an easy and quick tablescape that will impress your guests!

Football Tablescape
Football Tablescape

You may remember my Super Bowl DIY Tablescape, well now someone has made things a lot easier!  First up is the table runner. It’s under $20 and sets the scene/protects your table.  Next, I found all my serving platters and bowls there as well.  The football nesting bowls are perfect for trail mix, pop corn, chips, etc.

The serving platter with the chips and dip is so cute! It is football-themed as well and only $15!

Football Tablescape
Football Tablescape

I served up these little Dark Chocolate Football Bites from Daina Falk on this adorable football field platter! You could also serve little pigs and a blanket or some other bite-sized treats on this!

The last of the serve ware is the adorable football wooden serving board. I kept it a little healthy and put out some crudités but you could easily change it to a charcuterie board.

Also, in all honesty, I love doing laundry but I loathe doing the dishes so I always default to red Solo cups.  TRUTH.  Plus they’re the universal party cup so I feel like it’s more festive.  BUT I did put out a couple of the perfect football mugs I found as well.  On a fall day, serving some mulled wine in these is just about as fall-football as you can get!

Football Mug
Football Mug

Lastly, I kept my fall football pumpkins on the table for some added October fun! But you could swap those out for some of the cute DIY tricks from my other tablescape post.

There you have it! An easy tablescape with adorable serve ware at affordable prices!! Enjoy your football Sunday and tag me in your watch party pics!

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