13th Birthday Party Ideas for Girls

Planning a 13th birthday party can be difficult. Your child is not really a little kid anymore, but they also aren't a teen yet. This is a guide about 13th birthday party ideas for girls.
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September 4, 2014 Flag
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It's nothing big or small but invite a couple of your friends and have a party in your back yard. Just build a fire for marshmallows, get a projector and a white surface and have popcorn. Watch a movie outdoors and spend the night there.

September 5, 20141 found this helpful
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That is a very frugal and fun idea! Good thinking! :)

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June 15, 20160 found this helpful
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May 14, 2013 Flag
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Turn your garage into a dance club. Have some one DJ and let kids dance and have fun. Then turn the kitchen into a bar, remember no achoholic beverages

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January 16, 20150 found this helpful
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Great idea about garage party, my daughter will be 13 in april. I am booking a hotel room ahead, checking for best rates online, pick a hotel like drury inn that provides happy hour food, breakfast, popcorn and drink from 3 to 11, girls can play games, enjoy hotel amenties up to 6 girls, jacuzza, etc, hotel will feed them, you bring games to play in room.

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May 29, 2013 Flag
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I was mystified as what to do with my teenage girl but found a brilliant idea online. A scavenger hunt!

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October 14, 2014 Flag
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My daughter's birthday is December 23rd. (I brought her home on Christmas Day.) I have no idea what to do.
Being that it is so close to Christmas, I'm afraid no one would show up to a party. Any ideas are appreciated.

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January 25, 20161 found this helpful
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My sister's birthday is on Christmas Day and what we do is we have her birthday party on her half birthday. If that doesn't seem like something you want to do, have a birthday party somewhere around New Years like New Year's Eve and have a sleepover party. Hope this helps!

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November 13, 20160 found this helpful
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May 21, 2015 Flag
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My daughter's birthday is on Christmas and she wants to have a hotel party with her friends. She also wants to invite boys! What should I do?

July 9, 20152 found this helpful
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My sister has done plenty of hotel parties. What my mom did was the boys could stay during the day but their parents would have to pick them up before any of the girls went to bed. I hope this helps! :)

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October 18, 20154 found this helpful
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July 4, 2015 Flag
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My daughter will be 13 in just over a month and can't decide what she would like to do. She wants to bring 2-3 close friends, but doesn't want to do basics like going ice skating, to the cinema, or a pool party, etc. She would prefer to go out and do something with her friends and then come back to the house and have food, play a few games, and maybe even a sleepover. We keep considering ideas and we are at a crossroads right now. Any help would be appreciated.

July 5, 20150 found this helpful
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What you choose to do will depend on what is available in your area. Would the girls like an art museum or history museum? Is there an amusement park, a rollerskating arena, a rockclimbing wall, paintball, laser tag? (Some of these ideas need more than 3, but I am just brainstorming>) What about taking in some kind of live theatre or ballet or comedy show?

Are there tours of anything that they might find interesting such as a hospital, newspaper publishing office, etc. that you might set up for them. Maybe they would like to do some volunteer work, such as help out at an animal shelter. Is there a zoo or could you take them to a working farm? Perhaps something might be on like a garden show or a fashion show, and then they could go to a fancy restaurant for high tea? Some of these ideas are pretty far out, but I hope I have stimulated your imagination, and you will find something fun for all.

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August 18, 20153 found this helpful
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August 16, 2015 Flag
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My 13 year old wants an iPhone 6 Plus and I said I was getting it for her and she also wants a party. She is spoiled so we need something big and fast cause her birthday is soon and she is kinda moody if she doesn't get her own way. She likes horseback riding, dancing, ice skating, and shopping. Anyone got some ideas? Comment back please. Thanks.

January 9, 20163 found this helpful
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That's ridiculous. You admit she is spoiled, but you still are getting her a phone and a big party. Have her pick between a big present or a big party. Explain to her that it doesn't mean she gets one or the other, but one aspect of her birthday will be less expensive.

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April 14, 2015 Flag
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I live in Texas. For my best friend's 13th birthday, we went to the Woodlands Mall and shopped there and just looked around. We didn't spend a lot of money, but we went to Build a Bear Workshop and acted like little kids and it was really fun.

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December 1, 2016 Flag
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Could I have some help? I want to have a birthday party, but have no idea what to do. I need things to do at home and for around about 100 dollars and under, for about 7 kids. What could I do?

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July 1, 2013 Flag
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My friend and I were planing to go ice skating, but she found out that she has epilepsy and if she falls she can get hurt. Everything I think of can harm her. She can't swim, see flashing lights, or anything fun. My parents don't even want her to sleep over because they would not be able to live with it if something happened to her. I won't celebrate my birthday without my one and only best friend. What can we do that's safe?

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July 3, 20131 found this helpful
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Have a talk with her parents, and find out what activities she can take part in. I expect as she becomes more used to living with epilepsy, she will be able to do more things. Perhaps you can do something quite different like take in some live theatre or take part in a craft class. My town is on a river, and there are houseboat rides down the river that are fun; people have BBQ's on the boat and enjoy the views. Investigate other activities that your friend would be able to do that are unique to your town. How about a trip to the zoo?

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November 30, 2016 Flag
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My daughter is turning 13 in January. We decided to have her party over winter break in late December. It is winter time where we live. My daughter wants to have 8 or so friends. She wants to do a sleepover and something else. We can't think of anything else. We are going to do the sleepover at a hotel, and probaly go swimming while we are there. My daughter is a really girly girl. We are trying to plan her birthday party in the next week, please let me know what ideas to do.

Thanks.

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April 19, 2013 Flag
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My daughter is turning 13 and we have no idea what to do for a party. She wants to invite 24 girls (15 are on her cheer team).

By A.S

April 28, 20131 found this helpful
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Have it at your house to not make it too pricy. The girls could do each others nails and facials. Also, the can dip there feet in Orbeez and rose petals. When it gets later they could do a talent show which gives the cheerleaders a time to show off their skills. In addition, they can do a photo shoot. You can get props at the dollar store or local thrift shop. Good luck and I hope my ideas helped!

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January 13, 20162 found this helpful
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March 11, 2013 Flag
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My daughter is turning 13 in August and I need a birthday idea. My daughter is girly and hates sports, except swimming. All of her friends are girly too. She said she didn't want a pool party. I can not find something to do. Any suggestions?

By S.D.N

March 20, 20132 found this helpful
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Check thrift stores and garage sales for dress up clothes, shoes and accessories. (These can be donated back to thrift store after party). Give the girls a room to change in. They can pretend to be at a fashion show. They girls can dress up and walk down a hall as a runway. They can then enter living room and contue to show off the clothes. You can invite friends, family or other girls moms to be the viewing public. The girls can model multiple dresses and change accessories to make it different from what someone else wore. After the fashion show, have a table with a menu for each girl. They can place their order for the cake and ice cream. I bet they will have a lot of fun and you will also. Be sure to take lots of pictures and make sure that the girls get some as soon as you get them printed.

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January 21, 20141 found this helpful
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