HAVE THE BEST HEN’S PARTY

Style Magazine - - Wedding -

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

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