How to Throw a Hen’s Night
In the old rhyme, “First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby in the baby carriage.” there is something greatly amiss.
Somewhere between the love and marriage is an all important night, a night where all the girls get together and do what girls do best, a night full of entertainment, a night devoted to pampering and more importantly embarrassing the bride, a night of wild fun aka the almighty hen’s night.
There are some important things to remember when organising a hen’s night. As the chosen maid of honour it hereby becomes your responsibility to throw this party and give your friend a night she won’t forget – for the right reasons.
With this in mind, the first step is to do some investigation. Find out (subtly if possible) what the bride is wanting from her hen’s night. From the traditional booze up to a weekend full of pampering, the options are endless…
High spirited times and wild nights
If your friend/bride is a bit of a party girl she might expect something a little wild for her last night of independence.
And something a bit more classy…
It’s best to hold a hen’s night a couple of weeks before the big day so everyone has a bit of time to recover if it’s a hard night.
A great hen’s night comes down to personal taste. Don’t get so caught up in the festivities that you forget what the bride-to-be would really want.
Raunchy, kinky, classy or luxurious remember first comes love, then comes the hen’s night.