Hen Do’s and Don’ts

When it comes to the Hen Party, it’s important that it’s done right. A celebration of the impending nuptials and the bride’s last chance to let her hair down with the girls she loves the most. Here are a few of our suggestions on some luxury hen celebrations.

Keep it simple

An ultra chic, refined champagne afternoon tea is just the perfect party. Champagne, cocktails and the most deliciously tempting treats, you girls will be thoroughly spoiled in the most luxurious of venues. Some hotels will even offer a theme, maybe you’d like a 1920s party with costumes, dance classes and tea served on vintage china!

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A refined tea for refined ladies!

A perfect perfume

What better way to spend the day than creating a signature perfume with your friends. Creating a perfume for the wedding day is a lovely way to make a scent that will evoke memories of the special time you shared together. Professionals will help you combine fragrances to make an aroma to suit you perfectly.

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Create memories with the perfect perfume

Time to relax

Planning a wedding can be extremely stressful, so it’s only right that a bride should enjoy her hen party by relaxing with her best friends. Escaping from the real world with a massage, facial and steam is the ideal way to enjoy precious time with precious people.

Unwind with a relaxing spa day with the girls

Get away

If you just want to get away from it all for a full weekend, why not take the girls to a self catered cottage, in the UK or even abroad. A welcome hamper, hot tub, swimming pool and visiting professionals to cook for and even pamper the hens with beauty treatments all means that you don’t even need to leave the comfort of your luxury cottage if you don’t want to.

A place just for you and your friends

And some hen don’ts…

Just be mindful of who’s on the guest list – it’s nice if those invited are also invited to the wedding as well – unless it’s a tiny, family only affair!

Don’t embarrass the bride! If you’re tasked with organising the festivities, maybe sit down with the bride beforehand and see what she’d like.

Be careful what goes on social media… These days, everyone’s lives are documented through social media. Just be aware of what’s posted and who might see it!