Masters week is one of our favorite weeks of the year and it also coincides with our anniversary so this year we decided to throw the perfect Masters Party. Whether you are an avid golfer or just love hosting a themed party throwing a Masters Party is such a fun way to spend a weekend. Here’s a look at our party to help give you some ideas for a fun and memorable event.
How to Throw the Perfect Masters Party
Since the Masters colors are green and yellow I really wanted to lean into this without coming across as cheesy. With green gingham and accents of lemons, this made the party feel elevated and themed without looking like a kid’s birthday party. Plus lemons and limes are cheap and make great decor!
I didn’t want to spend a ton of money on the decor so I grabbed things from my husband’s golf bag to add that touch of golf like golf balls, tees, etc. We were also fortunate to attend the Masters in 2018 so we pulled out all of our memorabilia to decorate with and it really made a big impact.
I added a few additional decor items like fresh flowers, mini gold carts, pennants, and, of course, a play on the iconic green jacket prize at the end of the bar.
No themed party is complete without themed food. When it comes to a Masters party, there are plenty of fun and creative options to choose from. Personally, I like to go all out on the Augusta theme and go for homemade Pimento Cheese Sandwiches and Peach Ice Cream Sandwiches. You can also serve donut holes and call them “hole in ones” as a playful nod to the game.
If you wanted to be really creative you could have pun-themed foods after your favorite golfers.
No party is complete without drinks, and a Masters party is no exception. One of the most iconic drinks associated with the tournament is the Azalea, which is a combination of vodka or gin, lemonade, pineapple juice, and a hint of grenadine. This refreshing cocktail is perfect for sipping on while watching the tournament.
Check out the cocktails I served below.
You can also serve other golf-themed drinks, such as the Arnold Palmer, which is a combination of lemonade and iced tea. You can also create a signature cocktail for your party, such as a Green Jacket Martini or a Masters Margarita.
For those who prefer non-alcoholic beverages, you can serve iced tea, lemonade, or a mocktail version of the Azalea.
If you’re hosting a Masters party, it’s important to have multiple TVs so that everyone can watch the tournament. We set up a viewing area in the living room for those who preferred AC and a viewing space outside with shade.
Putting Green or Net
No Masters party is complete without some golf-related activities. We set up Jared’s putting net and green for a fun activity to do with the kids during the commercials! This was the perfect way to keep everyone entertained.
What to Wear:
To keep it casual, I wore this adorable dress from Walmart paired with simple sandals. You could also opt for a full golf outfit or keep casual with a polo and jeans! It’s totally up to you and the vibe you want to emulate!
Hosting a Masters party is a fun and exciting way to celebrate the tournament with your friends and family. By incorporating golf-themed food, drinks, and activities, you can create a festive atmosphere that will keep your guests entertained throughout the day. With multiple TVs set up to watch the tournament, and a putting green or net to hit balls, your guests will feel like they’re right in the middle of the action. So, gather your friends and family, stock up on food and drinks, and get ready to celebrate the Masters tournament in style.
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