HOW TO ORGANISE A HEN PARTY
HOW TO ORGANISE A HEN PARTY.
This guide will help you achieve a stress free and as happy hen party as possible on your budget. They are also a guide line and not set in stone rules.
RULE 1 – INFORM THE BRIDE OF EVERY SINGLE DETAIL OF WHAT IS GOING ON!
This rule is the most important rule of them all. Abide this rule and everything will fall into place. Whatever you do, inform the bride, you change the slightest thing, inform the bride, someone cant make it, inform the bride, aliens have landed, inform the bride. IF IN DOUBT INFORM THE BRIDE. Keep her happy and everything will be ok.
RULE 2 – INVITING PEOPLE.
This will be the first port of call for your party. Be careful who you invite. If you know someone will clash try to avoid inviting them or invite the most liked. It may cause an argument but it will be nothing compared to the bomb that will explode if they both turn up.
Invite the mother in law. She will want to get involved. Check work friends and other relatives.
If in doubt INFORM THE BRIDE!!!!
RULE 3 – LOCATION.
3 main places that hen party happen now are going abroad, city centre, or keeping it local.
- Going Abroad – If you have the budget then going abroad is a great option. Some places across the Med now are really cheap like Benidorm and Magaluf for a few nights, almost as much as it might cost to have a weekend at Brighton or Blackpool. Remember passports and spending money and check for exchange rates to the pound.
- City centres offer a wide variety of Night Clubs, Pubs and Eateries which every hen party can enjoy. Just keep an eye on any rowdy members of the party or you might not get it to some places.
–Top tip , call ahead to some places you know you will go to, to gain some extra privileges like a champange reception. Most bars / clubs will bend over backwards to get a large group of women to attend.
- If you want to have a low key affair many local pubs offer function rooms with the option for D.J.s and food. Perfect for inviting more family and friends to if you want to go down that line. If its your local aswell you might feel safer in that place that the other 2 locations
RULE 4 – ACTIVITIES.
A hen party can involve a whole number of things, not just drinks and night clubbing. Many hen parties organise activities that not only suits the bride but are a great bonding experience for you all. From cocktail parties, to Spa weekends, to paint balling and adventure weekends. Whatever the bride will enjoy go for that theme, it will really make the hen party special. Just a word of advice check with older members of the party. They may enjoy a relaxing spa retreat but jumping about paint balling might not be their thing.
RULE 5 – DRESS CODE.
Most venue will be ok with the dress code for hen parties. A great way to make the Hen party even more special is to have custom Hen party t shirts made for the occasion. It just so happens that we offer a wide variety of t shirts of colour and sizes with editable designs to suit your party. There is everything from Dirty Dancing Tops to Disney princess and many more. You can even upload an embarrassing photo of the bride. But as said before if in doubt ask the bride.
RULE 6 – ACCESSORIES
You might want to jazz up the party with accessories. Great ideas might be L Plates, feather bowers, silly hats and even naughty drinking straws. You don’t have to break the bank for these. Try the pound shops, they will cater for these and you can grab a great bargain.
Hopefully following this has helped you understand how you can have a great Hen party on any budget.