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Top 10 Sleepover Party Themes

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Movie Mania


No sleepover is complete without a movie, so why not make the whole night theater-themed? Fill your living room with pillows, blankets, and anything else your guests need to get comfortable. Have them change into pajamas as soon as they get there, set up sleeping bags on the living room floor, and then settle in for a night full of flicks and fun.

Food ideas include pizza, popcorn, and boxes of candy you might find at the movie theater. Decorations can be minimal, but can include streamers made to look like rolls of film and bunches of yellow balloons for popcorn. For party favors, supply each guest with a bag filled with a package of microwave popcorn, candy, and a disposable camera for taking pictures.

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