As the flag holder’s events came across my screen, I started to notice that not only did I not know that Djibouti, Tuvalu, and Mauritania were countries but I also didn’t know that trampoline, modern pentathlon, and handball were actual events in the Olympics! I feel like I can’t be the only one! So I did a little research for us…you’re welcome!
If you are like most people you will probably tune in and turn on to the Olympics after it kicks off or when you hear people in the office going on and on about who did what and how fast so-and-so did such-and-such. And that’s ok! Let’s be real, we are all kind of fair weather fans for the Olympics because we only catch up with these athletes every 4 years. But that’s what your girl is for! Here is my super short list I am calling Olympics in 60 Seconds: 5 Team USA Athletes You Need To Know.
For my dining room table I wanted a cool centerpiece that was a definite nod to the Olympics without being too cheesy. I came up with the idea of having graduated stands to hold my platters that would look like the awards stand at the Olympics. Check out my DIY super easy Award Platter Stands that I am pretty excited to have at my Olympics Themed party for the opening ceremonies.
It doesn’t take bartender status to host a good party with on-theme drinks. Check out these extremely low maintenance ideas for Olympics Inspired Drinks that will guarantee cheers for the host and cheers for your country as the you watch the Olympics.
One of the most iconic symbols of the Olympics is the torch. So the torch is where I began with my crafty craftiness, haha! I am so eager to share with you these simple steps to create a decorative torch to display at your Olympics watch party