Tennessee Volunteers Theme Party Supplies

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Tennessee Volunteers Party Ideas

For fun Tennessee Volunteers theme party invitations, consider disguising your invitations not as invites to your party but rather to a Tennessee Volunteers game. Replace all of the usual information for the game with the date and time for your party!

Take photos of each guest during the party, preferably alone. As thank you cards, create football trading cards using the photos that you took of each guest. It’s an inexpensive, yet impressive parting gift and thank you card for attending the party!

Get the kids involved and make a paper chain using the Tennessee Volunteers colors. Cut the construction paper in strips and loop each strip, connecting the ends with either staples or tape. Have fun coming up with different combination of colors alternating in groups or every other loop. It’s inexpensive and easy and they look great!

Play a few rounds of football themed Bingo. This is a great activity to play while watching the game during commercial time or every time someone scores during the game. You can either create your own boards or download some HERE.

For fun goodie bags, visit your local fabric store and pick up a couple yards of fabric in the colors of the Tennessee Volunteers (sometimes they will even have team prints.) Joann’s is a great resource if you are on their mailing list - a great time to cash in their monthly 40% off a single item coupons! Quick and easy sacks can be sewn from the material and tied at the top with bright colored ribbon (in team colors.) They are quick to make and you’ll be so proud to pass them out to your party guests as they leave!

When purchasing team print napkins and plates, pick up an extra package of each and use them for decoration! They can be some of the least expensive and festive decorations you can use for your party. Napkins that are unfolded can be hung up, place inside clear bowls for centerpieces and taped up just about anywhere. The plates can be hung from the ceiling and the walls. It’s a simple idea, but a great way to add volume to your decorating without breaking the budget (see below for team print napkins and plate options.)