“Game of Thrones” will be airing its anticipated Season 4 premiere on Sunday, April 6. And what better way to welcome back your favorite warriors of Westeros than throwing a “GoT”-themed viewing party? Nothing. We know.
So invite your friends over to watch “Two Swords.” And assure those lucky invitees you’ll be performing the Guest Right tradition. Because seriously, who wants another Red Wedding on our hands, right?
With that said, are you ready to start planning a party that even a Lannister would approve of? Here’s what you’ll need, starting with decorations:
Winter is coming, or at least that’s what we’ve heard through the “GoT” grapevine. So decorate your home like a winter wonderland complete with paper snowflakes. Here’s how to create DIY snowflakes your guests will totally gush over.
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And, as “GoT” fans well know, Season 4 is based on George R.R. Martin’s series “A Song of Ice and Fire.” In honor of Daenerys and her fire-breathing babies, bring the heat by making your own dragons, following these crafty instructions.
Finally, no “GoT” party would be complete without an Iron Throne! You could impress party guests with your own version of the seat fit for a Seven Kingdom king or you know, just buy this $30,000 replica. Either or ...
Now onto the dinner portion of the party! This is where “GoT” fans can get super-imaginative. But whatever you decide to prepare for your guests, make sure you can devour it medieval-style. That means you’ll want to stock up on hand wipes!
Dragon Eggs: Crack the shell before dying your hardboiled in vibrant colors and chow down on these fun looking treats with your friends.
There's Ned's Head Cake Pops: If you've got some time on your hands and really want to wow your friends, this is the snack for you!
Thanks to Pinterest, we saw an overload of sassy ideas from a fans cooking up “The Boar That Killed King Robert” to health nuts putting their spin on “GoT”-themed meals. Come on, you have to agree—“Kale Drogo” is pretty great.
Eat Your Heart Out: Who could forget when Dany ate a stallion heart as part of a Dothraki pregnancy ritual? Not us! Follow in her gory footsteps by baking heart-shaped cookies for your friends. It won’t be bloody but we can guarantee they’ll be delicious!
Mulled Wine: This tasty winter-themed beverage can be made in 30 quick minutes. Surprise your guests, those who are 21 and older, with an “Old World” drink.
And once you fill up your cup, don’t forget to play this fun drinking game to get your Season 4 premiere party started!
Do you have any great “Game of Throne” party ideas to share? Let us know in the comments section below. We’d love to hear them!