5 Amazing Hens Party Ideas

Is your BFF or sister getting married and you are in charge of throwing them a truly unforgettable hens party? It’s safe to say you have a HUGE responsibility on your shoulders.

If throwing a party solely for your BFF or sister wasn't enough, you now have to take care of the likes and dislikes of the bride-to-be's friends and co-workers. We're talking about some 20-something women here! Seems stressful, doesn’t it?! Thank your stars that you found us!

The Best Hens Party Ideas

Here, we cover some of the best hens party ideas that can even melt the hearts of bridezillas. So, pour yourself a cuppa and read how you can make your guests go "oh, lala" as soon as they hear about your party.

1. Booze me once, booze me twice


A party without booze is nothing but a boring, formal gathering. Every bride-to-be deserves to have some fun with her girlfriends. But there is a catch: drinks can be pricey and you don’t want to end up penniless after the party.

Here's what you can do: you can make your own drinks! Sounds doable, no? Sydney is packed with places that offer cocktail-making classes. Most of them offer separate packages for hen parties. Spend a day with knowledgable and experienced mixologists and learn to prepare popular cocktails.

2. Up to the highest heights!


Experience the thrill of flying in a hot air balloon. For brides who love to "dance on the breeze over houses and trees", this is the best activity. Add a few close friends to this activity and the experience will be divine. So, what are you waiting for? Book a ride and enjoy the breathtaking views of the city.

3. The Zen Bride


Wedding preparation can be stressful for brides. From choosing the dress to picking out the salon and photographer, your bride-to-be will be all over the place. Are the bags under her eyes desperately screaming for a break? As her friend, why not pamper her by booking a spa session for her?  

4. Treat the bride to good food


Take the foodie bride on a food tour. From high-end restaurants to street food, spend the entire day munching on scrumptious food items. You can also sign up for a cooking class and try the delicious meals prepared by the bride herself.

5. Do the dare


If your bride-to-be loves outdoor adventure, you should bring the hens party outdoors! Your adventurous friend would enjoy kayaking, beach surfing, etc. For more daring brides, arrange a day of axe throwing or archery, etc.

The Final Word

Every bride has a unique personality. While for some the idea of a hen party is a hi-tea party with close friends and colleagues at a quiet and cozy restaurant, others want to take the unconventional route to celebrate the few days of their singlehood. What type of hen party you decide to throw depends on the personality of your bride-to-be. Just make sure that whatever you plan, the party ends up providing maximum fun to the bride and the guests.  



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