There is nothing better than a night of giggling with the girls or playing video games with the guys. When I was younger my sister and I had sleepovers with friends all the time. It was such a fun way to stay close with friends and spend time with them without life getting in the way. Once I was older I planned sleepovers for the younger groups of friends at my church. Now, as mama I love planning sleepovers for my kids and their friends and cousins. My daughter and her bestie are going into 7th grade and have been friends since Kindergarten. I planned a sleepover for them that hopefully showed them how much I love them and also gave them some much needed girl time before school started. Here are some ideas for a great BBF Sleepover.
set up a photo booth area
"Say Cheese!" Don't forget to capture the moments! The best thing I did was buy a Polaroid camera. They take the best little mini photos that are great for keepsakes.
Set up a food Bar
Easy finger foods are the best. Food bars can be fun to set up and area easy for guests to be able to snack all night!
Get Crafty or down right wild
Keep kiddos busy and having a blast with these fun activities.
Relax with a movie and maybe sleep
When it's finally time for some rest get the kids cozy with comfy sleep tents, a movie and some popcorn.
No matter what you decide as long as the besties are together and having fun it's a PAR-TAY!!!
All About ME
I am Tanya, a 38 year old wife and mother of two. I currently reside in St. Louis, MO. I started Creative Celebrations as way to share with others my love for party planning. I hope that each time you visit you will come away with a tip, trick or new idea to make your event a CREATIVE CELEBRATION!