The wedding has been planned, and nearly everything is done. It’s time to relax, celebrate and enjoy an evening out with your friends. It’s time for your hen night, and the colour scheme is a trendy favourite – red and black, so sexy, baby!
Details of Your Red and Black Hen Night
So you’ve picked out your hen night invitations, next is to add the details. Add the basic- who, what, where, when and why, as well as any directions or maps needed for guests to find this event. Now step this up a notch for your especially themed hen night and add some fun touches; things like red or black lace, lingerie, garters or heels to give guests a glimpse of what they can expect on this fun night.
Plan Your Evening Right!
Red and black is a hot colour duo for all seasons, events and styles. These themed hen night invitations can be easily designed with a large selection of templates and designs. Popular trends that coincide with red and black include lingerie, lace, burlesque theme or Las Vegas. It’s a fun and fashionable colour duo that works incredibly well for many different personalities and styles. If your theme is red and black, find a cute cocktail dress in this colour or ask each of the ladies heading out to feature one of these colours in their outfit.
A Fun Night Ahead!
You can carry on the red and black theme throughout the entire evening. Guests can bring red or black lingerie for the bride as gifts too; just be sure to include her measurements in the invitation so they know what size to shop for!
Your bride will forever remember this evening with her loved ones and friends. Make it fun, memorable and a safe evening out! Have a fun!
>A hen night is a bride’s last chance to just chill, enjoy the night and not think of the wedding for a bit. It’s usually planned a couple weeks before the wedding itself so she can just let loose and enjoy the night. Organise everything from the hen night invitations, to the party details and cocktails, and even special attire for a great night as you sip a couple cocktails with the bride-to-be, and make some memories!
Planning for Hen Night
You’ll want to collaborate with your bride’s friends so that this event is as affordable, do-able and manageable as possible. Set it on a weekend where there aren’t many wedding tasks left to do, so she isn’t stressing. Set a theme that lets everyone know what kind of night it will be. Cocktails are a popular “symbol” of hen night, so a theme like cocktails is fun, easy to do, and has plenty of ideas, invite templates and the sky’s the limit with the cocktail recipes you can use for this event.
Choosing Your Invites
You’ll want to choose invitations for the hen night that help convey the theme of the party you’re planning. If cocktails are your desired theme, then have fun with that; ideas for this theme include margarita hen night invitations with all of the info on the cut-out, delivering the invite in a drink shaker with the message in the shaker itself (more fancy and perhaps if there’s a smaller group attending), or writing the event info on a recipe card with the other side to be used for writing a cocktail recipe.
Have a fun, enjoyable night! Your bride will enjoy the time, energy, and love you’ve put into preparing this event. Take lots of pictures and enjoy the memories being made before your friend and bride-to-be becomes a Mrs.
Happy Hen Night, Lady!