Things to Do at a Teen Girl's Birthday Party


Deciding what to do at a teen girl's birthday party can be challenging as teenagers are notoriously fickle. Certainly they have moved past childhood birthday party games such as "Pin the Tail on the Donkey" but they aren't quite ready for a night on the town either. With a little ingenuity and the ideas below, you can plan a fantastic party for a teenage girl that is both age appropriate and fun.

Arrange a Spa Day

  • For a really luxurious birthday, arrange to have the party at a local day spa. Teenage girls will be thrilled to have such a pampering experience. The costs of the event can be managed by requiring guests to choose from a fixed menu of reasonably priced spa treatments, such as manicures, pedicures or makeup applications. Alternatively, hire a manicurist or massage therapist to come to the home and give guests mini-manicures and chair massages. Serve a selection of healthy spa fare such as salads, finger sandwiches and sorbets.

Hire a Rock and Roll Band

  • For a more lively birthday experience, hire a local rock band to come and perform at the party. Your teen and her friends will love the excitement of listening and dancing to live music at their very own private concert. To really honor the birthday girl, ask the band to bring her up to the stage to sing with them or to even serenade her with "Happy Birthday." No doubt this recognition will make her the envy of her friends.

Make It A Movie Night

  • Have an old-fashioned sleepover complete with a movie marathon and freshly baked desserts. Select a range of movies depending on the birthday girl's taste. Popular movie genres for sleepovers are chick flicks or scary films. Be sure to have plenty of snacks to munch on during the films, such as popcorn and chips. In between films, guests can help bake goodies such as cupcakes and cookies that they can enjoy as a post-midnight dessert.


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