12 hosting ideas for your world cup viewing party-Photo8

8. Stock up on caxirolas so your guests can express their team spirit.
The caxirola (a Brazilian percussion instrument) has replaced the vuvuzela for the 2014 World Cup. Although it’s said to be far less ear-splitting than the horns made infamous during the 2010 World Cup, the cazirola has been banned from all matches. Nonetheless, they’re available on FIFA’s website, so order now!

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7. World Cup Brazil party supplies.
Keep your World Cup Brazil party theme going with paper cups, plates, and napkins. There’s more themed party goodies than ever before so feel free to stock up and use them all. We will!