HAVE THE BEST HEN’S PARTY
The hens night is one tradition that will never die, purely based on the amount of fun a group of you and your best girlfriends can have together.
It is typically the duty of the maid of honour to organise and plan the hens night, and it is important to consider the bride when planning.
If the bride prefers quieter events, that should be taken into consideration, rather than a loud, clubbing venue being arranged.
Remember you may have to tone things down depending on who is attending as younger or older guests may be present.
Whether it’s a night out dancing or a girls’ night in drinking bubbly, playing games and just hanging out, make sure it’s primarily about spending quality time with the bride before she walks down the aisle.
Listen to the wishes of the bride and if she is against doing anything too wild or risky, respect her decision — don’t take her to a raunchy club or sky diving.
A healthy approach is to have the matron of honour or head bridesmaid sit down with the bride-to-be a week before the arranged night and talk to her about the activities that she deems as acceptable, before picking two or three of these that the majority of people will enjoy.
LET YOUR HEN’S PARTY SUIT YOUR TASTE