Hat Tastic in Leeds
Doing it in style ladies, you'll be the most stunning looking wedding guests after this head piece making hen party in Leeds.
- 90 minute workshop
- All the equipment you will need
- Choose a fascinator base
- Select ribbon, netting and embellishments
10 Minimum Guests
The bride-2-be could create something to match her going away outfit and you girls can create a unique wedding fascinator with this Leeds Hat Tastic option. OR will you opt to make a flower crown, stunning.
Choose a fascinator base, ribbon, netting and your choice of embellishments that will look great for your special night out. The professionals will show you how to create a unique Fascinator from all of our great materials. You can express your own style and of course you get to take it home as a memoir of a fun day.
If you want to be unique and express your own style then a flower crown making workshop is perfect for you. During your hour and a half workshop, our teacher will show you how to create a unique flower crown from all of our great materials. And, of course, you can take your crown with you at the end of the lesson. Please note: we use mulberry flowers and foliage for flower crowns so that you can treasure your flower crowns for as long as you please!
Drinks can be purchased at the venue.
Bring your outfit to match colour schemes.
Please request a start time on booking.
You can book your activity straight away via our secure online booking system, so you know you are ready to go!
And don't forget, your friends can pay us direct via our event area, so you don't even need to collect payments.
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Book online for £35
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98% Recommend Us
"Very fun activity"
I used Freedom for the activity part of my sisters Hen do.
We chose the fascinator workshop which was so much fun. It really got everyone involved and we all go to wear our creations at the end of it. Our instructor was very helpful and came with a great selection of crafty bit that we could choose to build with.
By Rosie Clowser