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The Art of Tailgating: Go Blue!

September 8, 2010

One of the easiest ways to set the mood for a big win is through using color in your tablescape. Our colors are blue and white, and I’m collecting all sorts of colorful items for the table. Turf grass and scattered footballs help to break up the color.

Tailgating Go Blue

Clockwise from left to right: A pirate flag might not fit the scene, but it does come in handy. Use an original flag of some sort to identify your party. You’ll be amazed at how hard it is to find your friends at the blue tent or with the blue balloons. Tell them you’re under the pirate flag and it’ll ease the search considerably; This goal post cooler not only provides fun, but is quickly deflatable to make for easy packing; Portable grills come in an array of colors and are one of tailgatings only real neccessities; Football bowls will hold all your goodies and add to the festivities; Use colorful disposable plates and utensils for a cheap and easy way to add a pop of color; Cotton candy is a great way to make your tailgate stand out; Bring food in your team colors, like these blue corn chips.

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