By Sara Kennedy / Sunday Market
Still reeling from last weekend’s miracle finish? Well it’s time to get a grip because there’s a Super Bowl party to plan.
Celebrate the Seahawks’ return to the big game with a bash to remember. Here are some supplies that will help.
Emerald City Paperie Build Your Own Party Pack ($66 at etsy.com/shop/EmeraldCityPaperie). A great party starts with the right decorations. Get everything in one fell swoop with a Seahawks-themed package from this local company. The set includes a banner and your choice of three additional items such as photo-booth props, water-bottle labels, a centerpiece, a door sign and more. All of it is customizable and made to order. Order by 1 p.m. Jan. 26 for on-time delivery (out-of-state fans should upgrade to priority shipping).
WinCraft Seattle Seahawks Legion Of Boom Flag ($35 at Dick’s Sporting Goods). Celebrate the team’s defensive dominance with this 3′ x 5′ flag.
CB2 Velvet Twist Hunter Green 23″x11″ Pillow ($35) and Glitterati Gold 36″x16″ Pillow ($45, both at cb2.com). Everyone needs something to squeeze now and then, and these pillows provide that support. Why go gold? To match Marshawn Lynch’s shoes, of course.
Paper Hawks (free at seattletimes.com/seahawks). The perfect centerpiece begins with The Seattle Times’ set of paper players. Print them on heavy paper stock and give the kids something to do.
Susty Party Light Blue Dessert Plates ($5 for 8) and Green Tablecloth ($7, all at sustyparty.com). Looking for cute disposable partyware with a conscience? Susty’s products are all are compostable and made with renewable materials in the U.S. And did we mention super cute?
Wilton First And Ten Football Pan ($14 at amazon.com). This football-shaped pan makes a fun cake. Or go savory and use it to make a meatloaf. The color will even be right.
KuKuRuZa Beast Corn ($14 per gallon). Made with real lime and blueberry, this addictive treat is the next best thing to Skittles on the sideline.
Krups High Performance Deep Fryer ($300 at Williams-Sonoma). A super party calls for fried food. This compact fryer heats quickly and has a locking lid to seal in odors.
Hillard’s 12th Can ($9 for four tallboys at grocery stores). This hometown brew was designed to be palatable over the course of a long football game. And with multiple megastars performing and dozens of ads to stuff in, this game will definitely need the right beer.