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; it can be a mix of friends from work, school and sometimes family. So how do you bring everybody together to celebrate the hen’s last night as a single lady? It’s easy, interactive hen activities.
Here are Freedom's top 5 hen night activities to ensure every hen do lives up to expectations:
Group together to decide who the murderer in the room is. This is a great opportunity for all members of the hen party to get talking and is a great way for them to gel.
Get the drink flowing and learn some salsa! Pull the names out of the hat to mix and match partners.
Everybody loves a giggle and the Dreamboys Bingo is just the ticket. The shock of the…erm... you know, hot men, will certainly get the girls talking. Plus, you get of the fun of bingo with bottomless bubbly!
Start a little friendly competition in a fun game of ten pin bowling. After a couple of drinks you’ll all think you’re good enough to take the kiddie lane barriers down.
Bond over a love of good music and get in the party spirit. Beyoncé eat your heart out, you girls will soon all be on stage singing, dancing and showing that you’ve got it going on.
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.