Host a DIY Girls Night

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Remember what it was like to spend a whole night hanging with your girls, uninterrupted by screaming children or needy husbands who suddenly forgot how to cook anything for themselves?

Yeah, me neither.

If the idea of “Girls Night” seems like a long-lost foreign concept, you need to take matters into your own hands and fix that ASAP.

There’s honestly nothing quite like escaping from the responsibility and monotony of your everyday life to lounge with your best friends drinking wine, eating delicious food and discussing what to do with your hair at your next appointment. (Ombre? Platinum? The “Lob”? This could take all night.)

You don’t have to travel far or spend a lot of money to host a fabulous Girls Night In with your crew. We’ve compiled some of our favorite, most unique ideas that’ll give you and your gals a much-needed break from reality!

Lingerie Pop-Up Party via Camille Styles

With the help of Flora Nuit, a pop-up lingerie shop that comes to your home, you and your best girls can indulge in beautiful scalloped trims, pink petals and sparkling rose. Plus, there’s a DIY potpourri bar! Dreamy, right?

Click HERE for all the feminine details!


BYOB (Bring Your Own Bangle) via Nat’s Next Adventure

This idea involves making your own fun bracelets and using gold-painted pineapples as vases (BRILLIANT)—what more could you want?! (Well, wine. We’d definitely want wine, too.)

Check out the full details HERE!


Essential Oil Soy Candles (And Wine) via Holley Maher Blog

Essential oils are all the rage right now, and delectable scented candles never go out of style, so this DIY Girls Night couldn’t be more on point. (We also like that Holley put “And Wine” in the official title… we love you already, Holley.)

Lemon, vanilla, rosemary, lavender — click HERE for all the incredible candle combos these girls came up with!


Iconic Movies and their Food Pairings via Cupcakes and Cashmere

This delicious idea pairs the quintessential Girls Night combo: good take-out and a classic movie. Take it one step further and actually match your cuisine to the movie you’re watching—how cute is that?

Get the full movie & menu pairing details HERE!


DIY Centerpiece Party via Martie Knows Parties

This particular article centers around an Easter themed centerpiece, but depending on what time of year it is you could literally create ANY seasonal centerpiece your heart desires for you and your girls’ table settings. And, um, alcoholic ice cream floats for grown-ups are involved?! We’re in.

See the step by step instructions HERE!

Hayley Simmons |

Hayley Simmons is a twenty-something writer, wife and new mama to her baby girl, Scout. A native Texan turned Nashvillian, she spends her time experimenting with healthy recipes -- then forcing her husband to eat them, finding new ways to not hate the gym and shopping for (an absurd amount of) baby clothes.