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March Madness With Orville Redenbacher’s Pop Up Bowls-#orville#couchcritics

As many of you know, my husband is an accountant and since it is tax season Chris and his office are a bit stressed as tax deadlines are closing in fast. I thought that a March Madness party would be the perfect “time out” for them!  What could be more relaxing than eating and watching basketball?  Using the Party Blu Prints, I planned a party for his office that was centered around basketball and Orville Redenbacher’s new Pop Up Bowls (these are perfect snacks for busy accountants who have no time to spare). After  the deciding on a menu, I headed to Walmart to buy all the goodies.  You can check out my Whirrl Story HERE but here are a few pictures from my shopping experience:

After the shopping and food prep was done, my next stop was Chris’s office!  While Zack spent some one on one time with Daddy, Will and I decorated and set out the food (actually I decorated while Will ate the food!).  We stuck with a basketball theme and tried to make the food as easy to grab on the go as possible.  We made the “whoopie pies” recipe from the above party plThe party turned out great and as you can see everyone loved the snacks and enjoyed a break from crunching numbers. The Pop Up Bowls were especially a hit with one coworker!

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One Response to "March Madness With Orville Redenbacher’s Pop Up Bowls-#orville#couchcritics"

  1. I bet they LOVED you for bringing the party to them!!
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