Also be sure to include a front cover
headline, such as "Let the Games Begin!" or "You're Invited to the Official
Party of the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics!"
Also include any special instructions about what guests should bring
and, finally, remember to include the where, when, and other RSVP details.
TOKYO SUMMER OLYMPICS PARTY FOOD
It's the summer Olympics in Tokyo, after all, so what better reason to you need to serve up a cool party tray of Japanese sushi! Order it from your local specialty shop or restaurant, or make it yourself with plenty of tips available online for hosting your own Olympic-style sushi party!
For the kids, don't forget to serve bottled water, soda or sports drinks, or think nutritious juices and their favorite fruit drinks.
For dessert, wave the colors with a delicious Olympic ring cake or try this easy recipe for making scrumptious Olympic cookie rings.
Or, if you really want to score with young ones in attendance -- simply buy a box of plain donuts. Make a simple sugar frosting, then go to town with food coloring to make different frostings in the official colors of the Olympic rings.
To celebrate everything Japan, remember their official flag colors are red and white!
Browse a local art shop for posters for Olympic sports posters or a Tokyo travel theme, or scour your closets for swimming gear, tennis rackets, soccer balls, or other summer sports gear you can use as decorations.
these Olympics party decorating tips:
a table centerpiece of flags from different countries to celebrate the Olympics as a truly international competition.
out and color 5 Olympic cardboard rings to hang from the ceiling,
or decorate with balloons in the official Olympic colors.
a rousing game of Name That Olympic Tune! (see Olympic Party Music,
above). For other fun group games, try a 2020 Summer Olympics trivia quiz, or arrange a scavenger
hunt to find Olympic Gold - such as chocolate candy wrapped
in gold foil.
guests home with goodie bags made up of Olympic sports posters
or Olympic music CD's, international flags or stickers, and
homemade spray-painted "gold medals".