Hen Night — a night for the bride-to-be to just let loose and enjoy herself! Seriously, the poor bride has probably had enough stress trying to plan this wedding, all while trying to stay sane and keep it all together – so it’s time to celebrate! You’ll want to mail out your hen night invitations as soon as you have a party plan together, so that you and the girls can get planning while the bride takes a night off—make sure everyone can help contribute so the bride doesn’t have to pay a penny too; after all, this is her night!
Hen Night Invitations
There are plenty of styles of invitations best suited for a hen night. Dark hen night invitations are more sexy and modern, using black and glitz and glam to let girls know it’s going to be the party of the year! You can also choose more girlie invitations, pastels and pretty pinks for the feminine, girly girl bride who just wants a nice ladies’ day.
Making a Hen Night Fun
Every bride is different, so that means her hen night will be different as well! Cater the night to what she wants and her personality. A more outgoing bride will want something entirely different to a quieter bride. Look up some fun and unique classes; such as pottery classes, exotic dancing classes or even bartending classes! These are all fun ideas that will ensure the bride has a great time while keeping the conversation going and learning something new!
Hen Night Inspiration
If you’ve never planned a hen night before, don’t worry! There are plenty of ideas and tutorials online to make it the best one yet. Look on sites like Pinterest for inspiration on games, special flirty drinks, hen night invitation ideas and even t-shirt designs in a variety of styles! You’ll want it to be the most memorable night of her life, so take lots of pictures for her to treasure the memories of the evening over the years!