The secret to making a party food table look a bit more professional is to have some kind of a backdrop for the food. If you can layer a few simple pieces together, it can make the whole table stand out. While I don’t think a football party really requires a super fancy spread, this set up didn’t take that much work to put together. I used my big chalkboard to create a football-themed backdrop, then I layered a simple football pennant banner over it. The pennant took almost no time to make since I used my party punch banner. Watch the video below to see how I did it.
GAMEDAY FOOTBALL PENNANT BANNER
HOW TO MAKE A FOOTBALL BANNER
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WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE A FOOTBALL PENNANT BANNER
Tomorrow I will be sharing my last game day DIY of the week, the pompon treats you see in the bottom right corner of this picture. They are as delicious as they are adorable, so check back in tomorrow.
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SIMPLE FOOTBALL PARTY BACKDROP