With Covid Rules a lot more relaxed now a lot of people are still unsure of going out to bars and restaurants and are choosing to avoid busy venues, so we have some hints and tips to host a hen party at home. As we all know its not the venue that makes the party it’s your friends!
So, start with the basics and create a memorable hen party at home
Set a budget – as you would have done with your wedding set a realistic budget to cover food, drink, decorations, and games if you want them.
Pick a key idea – is your hen party going to be a dinner party, garden festival, picnic, or something else?
Is your bride to be a foodie? Why not hold a dinner party. Get all your guests to bring a dish or budget allowing have a private chef
Garden Festival – grab some Pimm’s and plenty of glitter even incorporate a BBQ with some tunes for a fun and easy party.
Home Spa – light some scented candles and indulge in some face masks and nail varnishes or have a beauty therapist visit your home to give some luxury treatments
Cocktail Making – with plenty of ideas on Pinterest and YouTube create a mixologist menu and get making, add some funky umbrellas and novelty straws and your night will go off with a bang.
Afternoon Tea – miniature cakes and finger sandwiches with some fizz creates a laid back and classy hen do without the excessive drink and loud music.
Set the Scene – even at home investing in some decorations is well worth it. Balloons, streamers fun props for selfies are all simple ideas that will transform your home or garden
Have some fun – Why not try some games like prosecco pong or would she rather? There are plenty of ideas for games on the internet.
Keep the food and snacks flowing – one reason being to soak up all the drink for starters, line your stomach and have a memorable party rather then a messy one.