We give you a comprehensive 10 step guide to follow when at your planning stage. Make this a ‘must read’ and you won’t go wrong.
Our intentions are always good: just have a couple, be sensible, mature adults and have full recollection of the antics. However those intentions often go out the window, not with our Survival Guide.
If we had to sum up hen nights in three words, they would have to be cheeky, mischievous and definitely fun. However, not everyone may know each other, enter the Interactive Hen Night.
We've seen over the years the rise and rise in the popularity of dance parties. We've watched the evolvement in terms of the variety and wow, there really is so much choice out there today.
Planning the evening entertainment for your hen night is all important. You want a mixture of fun, frivolity and of course a few drinkies. Let us suggest 10 of our most popular options.
With the winning combination of an LCD TV, DVD and CD Players, air con, mirrored ceilings, disco lights and a champagne bar, it's not surprising that Limo Hire is becoming increasing popular for our Hens.
Thanks to the well-known Queen of Burlesque, Dita Von Teese, burlesque is firmly back on the map. Freedom Hens are invited to master this art form. Learn to love your curves, enjoy your erotic power and release those inhibitions.
Depending on the bride's personality it could be a fun idea to include a few surprises. But remember she only gets one hen night so think carefully.
Should the hen party be a surprise or arranged by the bride? With most hen weekends, the bride is commonly consulted on the basics, the date, time, invite list, and where it will start. The degree of freedom the bridesmaids get to go off piste, depends on the chances of awakening the bridezilla.