The regular season is over, but that doesn't mean football's finished. In fact, the big game is just weeks away, which means you have just enough time to plan your get-together. The residents of our Phoenix, Arizona, apartments have been feverishly coming up with entertainment ideas for this year's end-of-season football game. We thought we'd share some of their ideas with you.
Potato skins are an essential ingredient for any tailgating party, but this recipe takes it up a notch. By incorporating protein into the skins themselves, you're delivering a more satisfying situation to your guests than any bland potato could ever provide.
A home printer can turn a simple piece of paper into a work of post-season football art. Utilize your printer to create name badges your guests can stick on their drink cups, or get a little more creative by printing football-field designs that can hold popcorn, chicken wings and other delightful appetizers.
There are certain things that are bound to happen during the big game. It's in your best interest to make those situations fun and entertaining. Build bingo boards, filling in the squares with things that are most likely to happen during the three hours the most famous football game of the year is being played. Was there a beer commercial? Check! Did the other team just get a holding penalty? Check! This is a fun way to engage in the game, even if you don't really care who's playing.
The easiest way to make sure you have enough food and drinks is to ask all of your guests to do their part. When everyone brings something that's edible or drinkable, you can focus on supplying the rest. Make sure you have a plethora of plates, cups and napkins available. Don't forget to get a few extra rolls of toilet paper if you'll have guests in your home; you never want to be the host who leaves people high and dry, so to speak.
If you're looking for an apartment that's entertainment-ready, you've come to the right place. We invite you to stop by Element Deer Valley so you can envision your next home in real life.