DIY Team-Neutral Game Day Decor
3 Materials
1 Hour
Decorate your space for any possible match by using neutral colors and following these great steps. Get those delicious snacks ready and game on!
Most of the time, you need to wait to see which two teams will face off against each other in the Big Game before you can start planning your party decorations. With these neutral Super Bowl party decorations, you could start planning your party in the off-season and still be sure the décor is on point for the biggest game of the year.
Take the color inspiration from the game itself. Purchase green party streamers at the dollar store and make a simple backdrop for the food table by hanging and twisting streamers to cover a 5-foot by 7-foot area behind the table.
You can make your own quick “Concessions” pennant banner by cutting triangles out of brown bags. Tape them to a length of twine, and add on any football-related phrase that you would like.
Make a big football stamp out of craft foam and cardboard, and stamp a kraft paper (from the dollar store) runner to top the food table. Just crumple the paper up at the end of the night and toss it in the garbage.
Don’t overload the table with too much décor. Encourage guests to bring a snack to share and your food table will be full before you know it.
Arrange the table around a simple centerpiece.  I used large green mason jars to hold paper straws, which I turned into the handles of paper bag pennants.
Brown paper lunch bags, also from the dollar store, can be rolled down to form bowls for chips and other snack foods. You may not even have to wash dishes at the end of the party!

Whether you are a fan of football, funny commercials or tasty snack food, the Super Bowl is a great opportunity for a party. Pick up these basic items and you can throw an amazing party, no matter who is on the field.
Suggested materials:
  • Streamers   (Dollar Store)
  • Paper Bags   (Dollar Store)
  • Brown Craft Paper   (Dollar Store)
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