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Five of our Fave Fall Girls Night Ideas

Hey girlfriends—what’s that loud, victorious whooping sound we hear? The kids are back in school, you say? Well then, there’s no time like NOW to calendar some girlfriend get-togethers and fill up some of your newfound free time. Here are some of our best girls night ideas for fall. Click the links for the complete party plans:

Photo via flickr
Photo via flickr

1. Bags and Brew Party – Grow your girlfriend circle with a friendly bags tournament while sampling of Oktoberfest beers. Can’t miss fall fun!

2. September Sleepover - It’s back to girlfriend school! Take a little time out with your gal pals, and maybe even get to know them better, with this clever take on a classic sleepover.

3. Little Pink Party – Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, take the opportunity to celebrate and support all our sisters affected by this disease. Our Little Pink Party shows you how.

4. Girlfriend Halloween – Grown-up, girlfriendly ways to celebrate this pumpkin-laden holiday. Be as scary or sweet as you like at this girls night celebration.

5. Beaujolais Nouveau Party – The third Thursday of November is Beaujolais Nouveau Day in France. It’s an undercelebrated occasion elsewhere and a great excuse to gather the girls to drink wine. Oui, oui!

Do you have any girls nights planned for this fall? We’d love to hear what you’re doing. Leave a comment!


  1. My Girlfriends and I are having a “Bring an Ingredient Soup Night.” I found a recipe in a magazine that suggests a variety of veggies and ingredients that go together for a soup. You start the soup base, then each girlfriend chooses something to bring to add to it. So you never know exactly what the soup will be like! It’s perfect for fall.

    Comment by Joy Armstrong — September 2, 2009 @ 11:44 pm

  2. Joy, “Girlfriend Soup” sounds like a great idea! Let us know how it turns out. See our Soup Exchange party for ideas to complement your theme.
    Thank you for your comment!

    Comment by Dawn — September 3, 2009 @ 12:56 pm

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