Hen Night Invitations For An Exciting Night Out!

You’ve been asked to be maid of honour and there is only thing more important than adjusting your best friend’s veil while walking down the aisle and that is to send out hen night invitations for the bride-to-be’s final fling before the ring! There are many activities that can be planned out if you want to try out something different and the best part is that all of these come with themed hen night invitations designed to complement your best girl’s personality. If you are wondering how you should get about designing hen night invitations, keep reading and let us give you a few ideas you could play around with.

Dinner Date

If the bride-to-be has insisted on a quiet low-key hen party then be sure to mention on the hen night invitation that the only place the girls would be heading after dinner is home. Make a reservation at a chic hotel uptown and toast to wine, champagne and elegant dresses.

Dancing Shoes

If dinner follows dancing, then your hen night invitations would be incomplete without a dash of wild animal prints and stilettos indicating the late long night that is to follow a hearty meal. Make sure to mention in the hen party invites for the girls to wear a pair of fancy heels and as maid of honour be sure to have a white veil and sash all set before hitting the clubs. An interesting idea might be to give out ballet flats or flip flops as hen party favours.

Homebody

If the bride to-be is either more conservative or has especially requested a quiet something then do respect her wishes and either rent out a location large enough to house all those invited or throw a house party, either with the full works or even combine it with a bridal shower ensuring that all get home for dinner. A hen party invitation for such parties could have lots of pink, bows, ribbons and unicorns.

Before deciding on a hen party idea or designing a hen party invitation, quiz your best girl on as to what she would want. Unless you have already decided on a surprise party, then it is always best to do what the bride would enjoy the most.

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