How to plan a hens night – our top tips

Sometimes the best hen nights don’t have to be wild nights full of fall and spicy stories. The bride will most likely want to have an intimate and enjoyable time with a close friend at someone’s home. Having a hen party at home has a myriad of benefits. For one thing, your bridesmaid saves money and time and doesn’t rely on low-cost carrier punctuality.  Below are some tips for organising a hens night in adelaide.

Needless to say, you can do whatever you want in your own home so that you can shine your creative talents. Enjoy simple crafts and activities, or enjoy cocktails, dances and parties in the living room. The best hen nights are nights that start at home, and if some of your guests want to go out later, they can still do so. So we’ve put together a great list of fun and unique chicken party ideas at home.

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Bridal shower planning is a time-consuming task. If the event is arranged with a hat on, it’s obvious to everyone involved. It’s better to start early than to put a lot of pressure on yourself (or risk disappointing your lovely best friend) to plan great things within a few weeks.
So, if you don’t have one yet, set up a group conversation (or email thread) with another bridesmaid and brainstorm. This causes a meaningful and well-thought-out event to be remembered for all good reasons.

Talk to your girlfriend
Nowadays, there are many options for choosing a bachelorette last party and how to celebrate. And while you’re attending a bridal party, it means you know the bride well (what she likes, dislikes, etc.). Before planning anything, it’s worth chatting and making sure both are on the same page. After all, you don’t want to spend your time and effort creating the party she wanted. She only knows she’s waiting for something more.