We have compiled a series of articles to help you with these Super Bowl Success Steps. With these steps and some imagination, you will have a Super Bowl party success.
Super Bowl Party Success Step #1: Theme
A theme is a great way to make your Super Bowl party unique. A theme can be more specific, such as: Mardi Gras, Luau, or Super Bowl Fiesta, or it can be a color theme or team theme or any other creative idea you can conjure up. The most important thing to remember is that you must combine the event with football. If you choose an event that does not generally coincide with football, simply add in games, decorations, or food that will bring the two together. Check out our article, “Super Bowl Fiesta or Mardi Gras Party Theme” for ideas on how to host a Super Bowl Fiesta or Mardi Gras Party theme.
Super Bowl Party Success Step #2: Invitations
Once you determine the theme you will have, you can purchase or create invitations. The invitations are important because they are the first peek into your Super Bowl party. Once your guests receive your invitation, they will be able to start making plans and start looking forward to a great Super Bowl party.
While there are many invitations you can purchase, you could set the tone of your Super Bowl party with invitations you create on your own. Check out our article “DIY Super Bowl Party Invitations” for two invitations that can be used for any Super Bowl party theme.
Super Bowl Party Success Step #3: Decorations
What is a party without decorations? Decorations bring your theme and football together. Create a Super Bowl wonderland with decorations you purchase or make. Base your decorations on the theme of your party. Check out our article “Simple Super Bowl Party Decoration Ideas” for some fun decorating ideas that can be used for any Super Bowl party theme.
Super Bowl Party Success Step #4: Food and Drinks
A party is not a party without food. In fact, one of the best parts of the Super Bowl party other than the game is the food. If you have a theme, try to incorporate the food into the theme. For example, if you are having a Super Bowl Fiesta, tacos would be a great touch. Of course, you can’t have a Super Bowl party without chips and dip and any of the other “traditional” party snacks. Check out our article “Super Bowl Party Snacks” for some great snacks to serve at any Super Bowl party event.
Super Bowl Party Success Step #5: Games
Keep your guests entertained by providing some simple and fun games and activities that can be played during the game or at halftime. This is a great way to keep the kids entertained, as well. Check out our article “Fun Super Bowl Games and Activities” for a variety of games and activities that can be played at any Super Bowl party.
Now that you are familiar with the five Super Bowl party success steps, you can be sure your party will be THE Super Bowl party to attend.
Fun Facts On Valentine’s Day:
~The modern day celebration of Valentines Day is believed to begin in France and England.
~Cupid (symbol for Roman God of love), doves, love birds, roses, hearts and arrows are all symbols of the Valentine’s Day celebration.
~Pope Gelasius declared February 14 St. Valentine's Day around 498 A.D.
~In Great Britain, Valentine's Day began to be celebrated around seventeenth century. By the middle of the eighteenth century, it was common for friends and lovers to exchange small tokens of affection or handwritten notes.
~In Medieval times, girls ate bizarre foods on St Valentine's Day to dream of their future spouse.
~There was a belief in the Middle Ages that the first unmarried person (of the opposite sex) you met on the morning of St. Valentine's Day would become your spouse.
~The first Valentine gift was sent by Duke of Orleans to his wife, after he was captured in 1415.
~73% of Valentine Day flowers are bought by men, whereas women buy only 23% of Valentine flowers.
~Around 3% of pet owners prefer to give Valentine gifts to their pets, as they are more grateful than humans.
~In oden times, some people believed that if a woman saw a robin flying overhead on Valentine's Day, it meant she would marry a sailor. If she saw a sparrow, she would marry a poor man and be very happy. If she saw a goldfinch, she would marry a millionaire.
~The heart is the most common symbol of romantic love. Ancient cultures believed the human soul lived in the heart and its red color is though to be the most romantic.
~The red rose was the favorite flower of Venus, the Roman goddess of love. Since red stands for strong feelings, red rose is a flower of love.
~The first Valentine's Day box of chocolates was introduced by Richard Cadbury in 1868.
~In Wales, wooden love spoons were carved and given as gifts on Valentine’s Day. Hearts, keys and keyholes were favorite Valentine decorations on the wooden spoons that meant, "You unlock my heart!"
- January 1, 1908 - The ball was first dropped at Times Square in New York City.
- January 12, 1966 - Batman debuts on television.
- January 14, 1990 - The Simpsons debut on television. Will Tv ever be the same again!?!
- January 20, 1981 - At 69 years, 349 days old, Ronald Reagan becomes the oldest person to become U.S. president.
- January 25, 1949 - The first Emmy awards were given out.
- January 26, 1875 - The Dental Drill was patented.
- January 28, 1986 - U.S. space shuttle Challenger explodes 72 seconds after liftoff, killing the seven crew members. Among the crew was school teacher Christa McAuliffe.
New Year’s resolutions don’t have to be limited to losing weight or writing the great American novel. Why not pledge now to do some nice things for yourself in your apartment this year?
Get organized: Many of us would like to be better organized. Whether it’s paper clutter in the “landing area” of your apartment, closets that are overflowing, or a child’s room with contents that migrate all over the apartment, getting serious about keeping your possessions under control is an excellent New Year’s resolution.
Clean more often: Even though cleaning is not a favorite pastime for most of us, no one would argue that the quality of life in our home improves in direct proportion to its cleanliness. Discover what motivates you to keep your place clean, whether it’s setting up a cleaning chore chart with your roommates or adding green materials to your cleaning regimen. Make keeping your apartment cleaner part of your goal-setting plan for the year.
Redecorate: Is your apartment stuck in a decade that you are tired of visiting? Or maybe you moved in a year ago but never got around to actually hanging pictures on the walls? If you find yourself in a decor rut as the old year is ending, make interior designing your New Year’s resolution. Get inspired, set your priorities, write up a budget, and start making it happen. This will be the year you create the apartment you can’t wait to come home to!
Create a nicer place for all: Your new resolution doesn’t have to concern life in your apartment alone. How about improving the environment in your apartment community? You could start an apartment community library or do your part to conserve natural resources in the area where you live. Ask your neighbors about positive changes they’d like to see and resolve to be the catalyst that makes at least one of them happen in the new year.
Resolve to keep these New Year’s resolutions by writing them down and revisiting them frequently to maintain your focus. Make this the year you move away from procrastination and toward happy new beginnings for you and your apartment!
Kissimmee Civic Center
201 E. Dakin Avenue
Kissimmee, FL 34741
Each Saturday afternoon during the month of January, Lakeridge Winery holds its famous Music Series, featuring live bands on the outdoor stage. The musicians selected are all fantastic performers, hand-picked from the wealth of talent located throughout Central Florida. Lakeridge wine, beer, soft drinks and a variety of food is available for purchase, along with complimentary Winery tours and tasting.
January 8th ( 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.)
January 15th ( 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.)
January 22nd (1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.)
January 29th (1:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m)
For more details and information please visit their website at www.lakeridgewinery.com