A woman’s Wedding day is commonly referred to as the biggest day of her life, which means it’s likely to be the most stressful too. The Maid of Honour will also be under a lot of pressure to get the pre-Wedding celebrations just right, but why stress out when help it just a click away?
There’s no shame in getting a little help when organising a Hen party, and GoHen.com can certainly help there. They’ve helped us compile some top tips to ensure an amazing Hen party experience for the Bride and all her friends.
Come With An Idea
GoHen are able to help create any type of Hen party, but it’s always good to have an idea of what the Bride is looking for, even if there will be some surprises along the way. The idea of the Hen night is for the bride to let her hair down with her friends, something she’ll find hard to do if she’s constantly worrying about what’s happening next, so it’s a good idea to plan ahead and have a few ideas floating around.
Big Party Doesn’t Mean Big Budget
Quite the opposite really, GoHen say, “It is often the case that the more people you include, the better the rates you get”. Obviously, a budget needs to be set so make sure that you get an idea of what everyone is comfortable spending on the night and work around that. Remember, the more the merrier and, in the case, the cheaper!
Get The Whole Package
Everyone loves a weekend away with friends, but most often don’t get the chance to do it, so why not combine it with a Hen party? It’s the perfect excuse and you’ll have double the fun. GoHen say, “Hen nights are the time to make the most of the opportunity and are often much cheaper than you would ever guess.”
Let’s Talk Numbers
If there’s a large number of Hens, then it’s hard to keep track of who wants what and who can and can’t make it. With GoHen, no matter how far in advance you book your party, you only have to confirm the exact numbers 5 weeks before, so that’s one thing off your mind!
Don’t Leave Any Gaps
Getting a Hen party to flow smoothly is one of the biggest challenges of the night. You don’t want to be stood in queues at clubs, waiting for a table at a restaurant or queuing at a taxi rank, as this will zap all the fun out of the night. GoHen say, “Handing over the reins to an event organiser will see every box ticked that is needed – VIP entry into clubs, dinner reservations, transport and an itinerary that flows with ease. A rather fine breakfast to greet the girls the following morning and it’s the perfect finish.”
Remember that a Hen party is all about having fun and enjoying yourselves. Poor planning could lead to a disastrous night, leaving the Bride and all her friends disappointed, so remember to leave plenty of time to plan, and as the Maid of Honour – don’t get too drunk! You’ll need to be on you’re A-Game all night to keep the Bride happy.
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Cara Mason @FemaleFirst_UK