How To Throw a SpaceX Watch Party

How To Throw a SpaceX Watch Party

July 24, 2020

Were you one of the nearly 10 million people who viewed SpaceX's historic flight on May 30th, 2020? It was the first astronaut test flight from SpaceX, and the first time the U.S. launched astronauts into orbit from U.S. soil in nine years. The flight brought NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken to the international space station and become one of NASA's most-watched online event ever.

And in early August, you can welcome Doug & Bob back to Earth from the comfort of your own home! This historic event got us thinking: how can we throw the best watch party ever for for future space milestones? You can make it even more memorable and get the whole family in on the action when you throw your very own watch party!

See our list below for our recipe for the perfect watch party:
 
Party Snacks:

Decorations:
  1. Table Cloth
  2. Confetti 🎊 
  3. Space Balloons 🎈 
 
Something for the adults:
Astronaut Foods White Sparkling Sangria:
  1. Astronaut Foods Strawberries 🍓
  2. Astronaut Foods Peaches 🍑 
  3. 1/2 cup Rum
  4. 1 bottle White Wine 🍷 
  5. 1 cup Sparkling water or champagne 🍾 
  6. Ice 🧊 
 
Check out our Bulk Astronaut Ice Cream options and get some freeze-dried ice cream it in time for your most epic watch party!


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