Little girls sleepover parties can be so fun but also a lot of work. Paige has been dying to have a sleep over with her best friend. Today I am sharing three ways to have a successful sleep over party.
Make sure to have plenty of fun snacks on hand. I had a fun tray set up with Pop Tarts, cookies and milk. I like to keep the food simple and small. Fruit and pizza are always a great choice if you will be serving dinner! I try to steer clear of popcorn because it tends to spill and get stuck in everyone’s teeth.
BLANKETS & MATCHING PJ’S
How stinking cute is this personalized mermaid blanket and pillowcase from Joann Grace Designs. These are perfect for your girls sleepover when they want to cuddle up on the couch to watch movies or talk about their first loose tooth! We have personalized beach towels from Joann Grace Designs and could not love them more. These also make perfect Christmas gifts! I always make sure we have enough mattresses, depending how many friends she wants to stay! Luckily, we have a ton of different mattress sizes for her friends to choose from!
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Matching pajamas are always fun and the girls were so excited to wear matching clothes. When you are four, matching clothes are pretty much the best thing since sliced bread! I loved these because they double as adorable Christmas jammies.
Clearly these blankets are amazing. Walker is pretty picky about which blankets he rolls around on and Joann Grace Design blankets apparently made the cut! It took me five minutes just to push him off the blanket. He kept playing dead and would not get off of it!
One of the best parts of a little girls sleepover are the crafts! Again, I kept it simple. The first craft was making fruit loop necklaces in the tee pee. I don’t know about your kiddos, but mine are obsessed with forts so they loved getting to make necklaces inside. These fruit loop necklaces were great for snacking on during the movie before bed.
Next, the girls painted mini pumpkins. I found a bag of four at our grocery store along with some basic craft paints in the office supply isle. I had some left over scrapbook paper that I put down to protect the table. These two were beyond thrilled to paint pumpkins upstairs. Mr. Walker got nosy and had to come hunt down a cookie and see what all the giggles were about!
This was such a fun night and I hope ya’ll found some fun ideas for your girls sleepover!
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