Girls Night Out Ideas

girls night out

A happy mom is a good mom! So, I recently decided that I need to start planning to have a girls’ night once a month. Who doesn’t like Girls Night Out?!? I have compiled a list of things that I think are fun but yet frugal as well. Often it is fun enough to just invite the girls over, have a few snacks around, and talk with each other!

Here is a list of a bunch of easy, frugal Girls Night Out ideas…

 Spa Treatments

  • Do each others fingernails and toenails with cute nail art ( I like these CLICK HERE  CLICK HERE)
  • Put on face masks and put cucumbers on your eyes sit back and relax
  • Try Makeovers on each other with tutorials you have found on You Tube
  • Experiment with hairstyles on each other
  • Go to a pedicure place and relax while you all get a pedicure (sometimes Cosmetology schools have great deals under $15)
  • Make sugar or body scrubs
  • Play the game where you are blindfolded while you do makeovers for a more fun and goofy time.
  • Go out for a Massage – every Mom needs one of these at least once a year ( Message Envy only charge $35 for an hour, not bad)
  • Hit the makeup counter at a department store and get your makeup done for free


  • Have a Fondue Party everyone bring something to share
  • Get a group together and cook a bunch of freezer ready meals (each person in charge of one meal for everyone that attends)
  • Have a recipe swap
  • Pot luck dinner
  • Gingerbread contest
  • Cook off challenge- have a blindfold test to see who’s wins
  • Smoothie making party
  • Bring a new recipe you always wanted to try on Pinterest to share with everyone
  • Make gifts in a jar
  • Make your own pizzas
  • Go to a restaurant for an appetizer or dessert
  • Have a progressive dinner at each others houses or at different Restaurants

Just Hanging Out:

  • Watch a Chick Flick and have popcorn
  • Sit around and talk with a bunch of junk food
  • Play cards
  • Play some board games
  • Have a my favorite things party
  • Have a clothing swap
  • White elephant swap
  • Homemade gift exchange
  • Go out for frozen yogurt
  • Treat yourselves to a gourmet cupcake
  • Go to a movie
  • Go Bowling
  • Try a fitness class together at the local rec. center
  • Mini Golf
  • Of course last but not least go shopping! Retail therapy is always fun with your girls even if you just window shop.



  • Make a wood sign with a cute vinyl saying
  • Make headbands or clips for your daughters hair
  • Make greeting cards or thank you cards
  • Make jewelry
  • Scrap-booking night
  • Make homemade cleaners
  • Make homemade food items
  • Sewing party

This is just to scratch the surface of ideas on some fun girls nights. I would love to hear some of your ideas as well that I haven’t come up with. Comment some of yours to share with everyone. Enjoy!

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