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How to Host the Perfect Adult Pajama Party!

How to Host the Perfect Adult Pajama Party!

Pajama Parties. Love 'em or hate 'em, some of your best childhood memories probably involve one or more of them, but unlike most things you did as a child, you don't have to give these up! In fact, adult pajama parties are even more fun!

Snacks
All girlfriend events require a snack or two. Why not try the healthy spinach and artichoke dip that Joey Fatone made with Bethenny? No sleepover is complete without brownies and whipped cream! For more recipes, check-out Bethenny's Pajama Party Recipe Round-up!

Games
We love to play "Would You Ever?" and have created a "Would You Ever? Girls' Night In” edition for you to play a home! You can also play Dish It or Do It with Skinnygirl Cocktails bottles like Loni and Bethenny did on her birthday! Prank calls to "the boys" is always fun too — Joey called his friend (and former N'Sync bandmate) Lance Bass with Bethenny and it was quite fun!

Pillows!
Get tons of pillows, bean bags and blankets to put down on the floor so you can all just fall asleep wherever you end up. Check out this photo gallery for some inspiration. You may not be able to fit a bed as large as the one on set, but we think you'll be able to get a comfy setup AND have extra pillows for a fun pillow fight at the end.

Cocktails
Try out one of these cocktail recipes with your girlfriends. Don't forget to save the bottle for Dish It or Do It!

Pamper Yourself
Give each other mani/pedis (or snag a deal and go out beforehand) and try one of these great nail polishes to help get yourself pumped up. You can also pool unused makeup together to see if you can swap with each other. If one of your girlfriends is gifted at doing makeup, ask her to give everyone some makeup tips! You can also check out celebrity makeup artist Kristofer Buckle's tips and tricks.

What's your favorite thing to do at pajama parties? Tell us in comments!

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