Planning a wedding may be stressful but planning a hen party isn’t a piece of cake either. The choices can be overwhelming, so here are some locations and accommodation ideas to help you get that bit closer to organising the hen party that your friends will talk about for years to come.
The wedding season is upon us and you’ve been landed the big job of organising the hen do. Feeling the pressure to organise the most unique hen party EVER for your best mate? Don’t worry, you’re covered. Here are the top 5 locations for your UK hen party, based on stats and customer feedback from the biggest hen party provider in Europe.
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Your best mate has just announced that she’s getting married. You were all smiles and boozy congratulations, but then the conversation turns to hen party ideas and panic sets in.
When it comes to planning a hen party, one of the first questions you'll ask yourself will be, how long before the wedding should the hen party be?
Planning a hen party is a stressful business. You suddenly question everything you know about one of your best mates because the fear of arranging something she will absolutely hate is so very real. And I've already got my bridesmaid dress sorted, so I had no intention of being kicked out of the wedding just yet.
Planning the special day of your dreams is a job in itself, and what’s more, it’s a very stressful one. There’s invitations, booking that wedding venue your heart is set on, deciding who your bridesmaids and page boys will be, the colour scheme, the food… The list is endless!
Choosing life drawing as a hen party activity can sometimes be met with a little skepticism on booking, and rightly so! You want your hen party to be full of laughter, memorable and perfect for the bride-to-be. Here, one of our hen party artists reviewed a Nude Life class, so you can get a feel for the event and whether it is right for your hen party.
The location of the hen party is probably the first and one of the most important decisions to be made. The weekend is often the perfect excuse for quality bonding time before the bride ties the knot, but at the same time, your party needs an eclectic and vibrant location so you girls can go out and have fun!