Super bowl Sunday is almost here and even if you don’t love the game it is a great reason to throw a themed party! Score! Since the Super Bowl has more and more viewers each year over any other televised event it’s no wonder so many will be hosting a party this weekend. If you are in need of some inspiration on how to make your super bowl photo booth party memorable check out these suggestions.
We all know that a super bowl party is synonymous with food and it is the time of all times to go overboard and eat like theirs no tomorrow or calories! So we have to start off with some festive food items for you to enjoy!
Prepare these Vegan Potato Skins ahead of time and have them baking and your guests mouths will be watering as they are arriving! Cancel the catering. They are so easy to make for crowds of few or crowds a plenty. You just need some potatoes, spices that you probably already have in your spice rack, bacon, cheddar cheese, and some green onions.
Bake the potatoes for 30 minutes in the oven, remove them and scoop out the centers. Spread a mixture of spices and oil on the outer layer of the skins and add your cheese and bacon. Back in the oven they go for a few more minutes and you have got your crowd pleaser ready to be devoured.
It’s as easy as that, and everyone loves a good old potato skin. You can see the entire recipe HERE.
For the Photo Booth!
Custom backdrops are always fun to have in your photo booth rental and we are more than happy to help you select one that will photograph best so we can ensure every photo will be a fun takeaway for your guests. We came across this great DIY football party photo booth idea from Hostess With The Mostess. It is so cute and super easy to create! All it requires is 2 sheets, an iron, and some safety pins. You can find the whole tutorial HERE.
Don’t forget to have your football themed photo booth props set up. Hostess with the Mostess has a tutorial for some of these as well for you to enjoy.
Now Back to the snacks!
Recipe & Photo credit to emilybites.com
Dips are another hot ticket to serve up this Sunday! This spinach artichoke dip is sure to score a touch down with your crowd and we don’t see it lasting very long so be sure to make plenty! You can get the full recipe for this scrumptious dip as well as 14 other dip recipes which include queso, ginger wasabi edamame hummus, mushroom and goat cheese, and more HERE. Stock up on chips!
Don’t fumble on dessert!
These chocolate covered potato chips are just the solution for a salty and sweet crave. Supposedly they are extremely easy to make and would be a fun project for the kids as well.
The recipe calls for 30 of your favorite salty potato chips and you want them whole and unbroken so they will provide aesthetic appeal. It also called for one 12 ounce bag of vegan chocolate chips that can definitely be swapped out for regular chocolate chips if you would like.
Then all you do is sort through all of the chips to ensure quality control of each chip and set them aside while you melt your chocolate away over a double boiler. Then you dip each chip and cover it entirely with chocolate. Put them on wax paper to dry and add some sprinkles if you like, preferably in football team colors to make it festive!
You can get all of the details and the full recipe HERE.
Super bowl parties are one of the best types to host because there are so many different foods you can make and have ready in advance. Another bonus is that you get to keep it casual, now is not the time for fine dining save that for weddings and other events. Bust out the paper plates and napkins if you want too.
Happy Super Bowl Sunday from Photo Booth of the Stars!