This is a sponsored post on behalf of MOMS’ NIGHT OUT and MommyParties. However all thoughts and opinions stated are my own.
For my MOMS’ NIGHT OUT MommyParty we mommies got together for a fun night that started off with the movie itself followed by a night of scrapbooking, food, and fun.
NIGHT OUT is a fast-paced, family comedy about four moms scheduling a
night out where everything can and will go wrong, yet it all turns out
just fine in the end. The film features
a fantastic lineup of stars like Sarah Drew (Grey's Anatomy), Sean
Astin (THE LORD OF THE RINGS), and Patricia Heaton (Everybody Loves
Raymond, The Middle).
I have to say the movie was just as good as I had hoped it would be. I had heard so many great things about it before it come out in the theaters I couldn't wait to see it myself. So of course when I got the opportunity to host a MommyParty and see the movie I was ecstatic. I don't want to give away the goods so to speak, but I will tell you I haven't laughed this hard in a very long time.
As part of my MommyParty I received an awesome gift pack for all of my mommy friends. You can check out all of the contents below.
There was also a few little extras in my package (shown in the last photo above) that I opted to use as a prize for one of my mommy friends. We did a simple throw your name in a cup drawing and the winner got the gift card and Claritin goodies.
We had a nice array of snacks as well as a fixin's bar for baked potatoes to enjoy while we were scrapbooking. No party is complete without snacks!
Here's a couple of the moms that were scrapbooking. We tend to spread out when we scrapbook so we each have to have our own tables!
And her's my table and book I was working on for the evening.
And of course I can't forget the awesome Papa Murphy's kit that also came in my package. I left it at home along with a gift card for my husband so he didn't have to cook for him and the kids. He picked up a pizza on his way home from work and all he had to do was pop it in the oven. See even when we moms aren't home we are still taking care of our families.