Host a Moms Night Out!

Holidays & Parties, Parenting | November 20, 2014

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Are you looking for a way to spice up your next sampling event? Or, maybe you’re just itching for an evening of laughs with your girlfriends? We have the perfect solution–host a fall-themed Moms Night Out! Here are a few easy tips and tricks to simplify your hosting duties.

Electronic Invitations

Set the tone of your Moms Night Out right from the start with an informal invitation. Short on time? Simply send out an email to all of your friends or group members to get the conversation going. If you’re feeling a little more festive, try using a website, such as Paperless Post or Punchbowl to create a fun, fall-themed digital invitation.

Simple, Healthy Snacks 

Provide snacks that are not only quick and easy to prepare, but healthy as well! Here are a few of our favorite fall-themed snacks:

Oranges: Fresh, healthy, and always the first to go! Slice oranges and arrange them on a pretty plate for a festive display.

Carrots and Dip: This healthy snack is always a crowd pleaser! You can lighten up a lot of your favorite dips by simply using Greek yogurt instead of sour cream.

Harvest Pumpkin Salsa: Who doesn’t love pumpkin? We found this salsa at The Fresh Market–it has a bit of a kick to it and is incredibly delicious. Serve it with orange and black corn chips to create the perfect autumn snack!

Zevia: Zero-calorie Zevia is the perfect addition to any party! Serve it by itself or try one of their fun recipes to create yummy, low-calorie cocktails.

Need a little something for your sweet tooth? Try bite-sized brownies or mini chocolate cupcakes. If you’re serving all of the healthy snacks listed above, it’s okay to indulge in a little sweetness!

Here are a few other great ideas for hosting a Moms Night Out:

  • Nail wrap parties
  • Bunco
  • Book and toy swaps
  • Fall recipe swap
  • Boutique shopping event
  • Wine and cheese
  • Clothing swaps and Pinterest craft making nights

 
 

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