A sleepover party has come a long way from snuggling inside a Rainbow Bright sleeping bag in a make-shift den on the living room floor. They are usually always themed, with luxurious accessories and bespoke extras.
It seems like sleepover parties are the hottest kids party trend. They are having a moment, with different celebrities hosting stunning glamping scenes at their homes.
Here are eight of my favourite celebrity sleepover parties, in no particular order:
1. Rochelle Humes
Rose gold and white A-frame tents looked plush in Alaia’s bedroom. Each tent had twinkling lights and hanging hearts. Beautiful floral and ivy foliage hung as bunting across the camp.
White duvets were rolled up and tied with rose gold ribbon and handwritten calligraphy tags.
Welcoming children to the 6th birthday sleepover, a pegboard sign was on display.
There was also a basket full of goody bags designed by Make It Friday. Each bag featured an ivy wreath design with personalised initials, fastened with a rose gold ribbon. There was even a goody bag for the family dog Ginger!
Personalised pink pyjamas hung from a miniature clothes rail ready for the girl’s spa day set out in Rochelle’s kitchen.
The spa station included a mirror, hair band, glass bowl, flannel, nail file, applicator brush and natural scrub, face mask and moisturiser for each child.
Mummy had a place setting too.
2. Peter Andre
Complete with wigwam style tents and baskets full of delicious treats. Teepee Vibe Tribe transformed Peter’s cinema room into a pretty in pink slumber party.
Glamorous, girly and gorgeous! Perfect for any teenager.
Muted tones of baby pink, blush and rose gold ran throughout the bedding, cushions and accessories.
The gorgeous tents had pretty lace and pom-pom detail, with pink floral fairy lights decorating the opening.
They set a rose gold glittery table runner upon a low-level picnic table. To decorate, they accessorised the table with a pretty rose garland, candle holders, birdcages, and some spa pamper packs.
A mini-cinema lightbox announced the birthday surprise.
They put two hamper baskets beside the tents.
They filled each basket with a stash of goodies perfect for a midnight feast. Snacks included popcorn, crisps, sweets, biscuits and drinks.
A balloon column by Floating Fancies completed the set-up. The pink and rose gold balloons encased some beautiful floral pieces and helped tie the whole theme together.
3. Sam Faiers
Here is another one of my favourites! I love the colours and admire the tiny details that make this sleepover special.
The Greatest Showman inspired the theme for Sam’s niece Nelly, who was celebrating her 5th birthday.
The traditional circus-themed teepees by Little Lavvu Events featured red and white striped canopies and twinkling fairy lights.
Tent toppers featured roaring lions and majestic elephant heads. The remaining tents featured stripey acrobatic hoops.
The children had a super comfy sleepover with a memory foam mattress, soft cushions, a cosy blanket and a fluffy sheepskin rug.
Clark & Beau provided the children with luxurious monogrammed pyjamas.
Breakfast trays perched at the bottom of each mattress, which featured keepsake nametags by Calligraphy Payal. They wrote in gold calligraphy ink.
A circus admission ticket and gold lantern also decorated the trays.
Nelly’s tray displayed a delicious drip style cake made by Butter & Scotch.
The circus-themed dessert matched with the red and gold cake toppers designed by EOX Cake Toppers.
Glitz & Gigglez created an eye-catching balloon garland. It pulled the whole theme together with blue, red and metallic gold colours. The set-up made for the perfect night of dreams!
4. Myleene Klass
To celebrate Myleene’s daughter Ava turning 12 she arranged a stunning spa and beauty glamping experience for the birthday girl and her friends.
Sleepy Teepee UK decorated a bell tent with different shades of baby pink, blush, rose gold décor, with ivy garland foliage.
Pretty bunting gave the tent a vintage vibe, and helium balloons drew the eyes to the top of the large tent. A floral hoop wreath hung in the centre, greeting guests as they walked in.
Each child had a luxury mattress dressed in linens, cushions and blankets, as well as a swan-shaped night light.
Extras included a rustic wooden tray with personalised chalkboard, mug, weekend gift bag and personalised night tops creating the most relaxing sleepover party.
They laid out fluffy rugs to create a cosy feeling to the outdoor glamping experience. Sparkly boxes filled with pampering products perched at the bottom of each bed.
The girls received a box filled with a towelling robe, face cloth, sleep mask and slippers.
If that was not enough, extra pampering treats were on display at the side of the bell tent. Treats included a face mask, face scrub, and a bath bomb for the girls to pop into a foot spa.
Ava created a pink nail polish design for her birthday cake. The Cake Store UK made the custom-designed cake.
5. Abbey Clancy
Another one on the list from The Snug Teepee Event Company, and it does not disappoint!
Abbey’s daughter Sophia celebrated her 9th birthday in style with this elegant cherry blossom themed sleepover.
They used muted and blush pinks, ivory and gold colour palette for the teepee set-up.
Faux cherry blossom branches in miniature milk bottles sat on each breakfast tray. The floral blossom design continued through to the soft cushions and tent toppers.
Each child got to sleep in an individual A-frame tent with twinkly lights and pom-pom bunting.
White duvets were rolled up and tied with pink ribbon and fluffy eye masks.
The show stopper was the extravagant balloon garland assembled by Bubblegum Balloons. It matched perfectly with the gorgeous muted tones of the teepee accessories.
An elegant trolley sat on the corner of the camp filled with delicious treats.
Choc Pops prepared a gorgeous selection of personalised pic and mix sweets, candy floss sticks and white chocolate lollies.
Avec Amis Cakes created a stunning two-tier cake using soft watercolours and handmade sugar cherry blossom. The cake had an understated beauty.
They added a cute panda bear topper.
Pink pyjamas from H A Designs hung from a miniature clothes rail ready for the girl’s spa experience.
The cherry blossom décor continued as it wound around the clothes rail. At the spa station, there were bottles with cherry blossom branches. It made everything visually flow together.
The spa station included fruit juice, mirror, hair band, glass bowl, flannel, nail file, applicator brush and natural scrub and moisturiser for each child. Such lucky girls!
6. Robbie Williams
From my list so far, you would be forgiven for thinking I only like pretty pink set-ups.
I did include the neutral circus theme earlier, and I adore the detailed dragon and knights theme.
Robbie took his son Charlie on a journey back in time to a medieval sleepover party. He celebrated his 5th birthday with a row of white A-frame teepee tents decorated in gold and navy blue accessories.
The Snug Teepee Event Company created a mini medieval village with an artificial campfire and dragon shield cushions.
I promise you I have no affiliation with the company. I know this is the third set-up I have included by the same company, but I genuinely love their work! I promise no favouritism, just appreciation.
Everything visually flowed together. I particularly liked the navy and gold tent toppers designed by Ready Steady Felt. Shaped in the design of a shield, they featured the slogan Be Brave.
The colour co-ordinated LED fairy lights from Cable & Cotton matched perfectly. I can only imagine how amazing they looked once the lights went down.
The white duvets were rolled up and tied with navy striped ribbon, accompanied by handwritten calligraphy tags and fastened with medieval gold coins – made by Sara Aherne.
I loved the Make It Friday party bag designs made for this theme. Each child received either a dragon, knight or castle bag with a gold ribbon.
Flaxten Balloons cleverly incorporated their orange and yellow balloon garland into the theme by emulating dragons fire flames. Very creative and visually striking!
7. Kimberley Walsh
Parents do not need a birthday as an excuse to host a luxurious sleepover party. Another trend we see more and more is holiday-themed sleepovers.
I thought it would be worth including Kimberley’s spooktacular Halloween teepee party that she organised for her two sons, with this scary orange and black set-up.
Tip Top Teepees set up wigwam style tents, featuring pumpkin string lights, matching bunting, cute orange and black cushions, and a skull head prop.
A black lantern, goody bag, personalised slippers and a skull head drinking cup sat on the breakfast trays.
The camp included two striking orange and black balloon garlands. I loved the symmetry of how they attached on either side of the tents.
The set-up also included a personalised selfie frame for the family to take memorable photographs of their Halloween sleepover.
They positioned a low-level picnic table directly in front of the teepees. Grazing Together presented a mouth-watering grazing platter for the children.
It perfectly matched the teepee décor with orange, black and touches of purple.
There was a black cobweb table runner with various themed props scattered amongst the delicious bites. I know what I will be booking next Halloween!
8. Amanda Holden
The individual A-frame teepees featured cotton candy pink canopies decorated with twinkling lights, heart-shaped cushions and fluffy pink rugs.
A low-level picnic table sat in front of the teepees displaying pink china teacups and teapot, with soft cushions scattered on the floor.
They created an enchanting forest ambience using well-placed props. A fairy woodland sign gave directions to pixie meadow and majestic falls.
Ivy and roses wrapped around the teepee camp, woodland sign, clothes rail and around the sweets platter.
Artificial grass and miniature flowers decorated the picnic table. Mini bottles of fairy dust sprinkled on the picnic table.
Tree stump lanterns popped up all over the camp.
Fairy princess extras perched at the end of the children’s beds. Accessories included butterfly wings, wand, floral headpiece and personalised goody bags.
Tasty treats sat on top of a rustic box, a selection of sweets, popcorn, hot chocolate and marshmallows.
I especially liked the silky floral dressing gowns and eye masks. They were different to the usual pink robes seen at sleepover parties.
Which celebrity sleepover party was your favourite? Let me know if you think a celebrity sleepover deserves a spot on this list.
Are you interested in another teepee related post of mine? Can I Use Trademarked Themes For My Sleepover Teepee Parties? The post shows how you can put your spin on a popular theme without breaking copyright law.