Planning a hen’s party is time-consuming and demanding on its own already; imagine how much harder it can be for someone who is trying to organise a hen’s party for hens of all ages, one where mums, aunts, sibling and friends are all invited? How do you even pull off such an event?
Well, we have a solution to your dilemma – well, quite a few solutions, actually. Here are some fun ideas for a hen’s party for hens of all ages.
Flower crowns took the world by storm a few years back, and the trend is still alive. Flower crowns are not just restricted to music festivals and Boho themed parties anymore. In fact, they are particularly popular among brides and bridesmaids as a hair accessory for weddings and after-parties. So, what else could be more fun than to organise a flower crown making workshop for a hen’s party and get everyone to make their own flower crowns that they can wear on the day of the wedding?
Booking a flower crown making workshop and sending invites to everyone on the guest list is all you have to do. It is such a fun activity and so indulging for everyone that you won’t have to worry about having different activities to cater to everyone’s ages and likes. Such workshops usually last about an hour or an hour and a half tops and cost $65 per person, so it won’t break anyone’s bank either.
Weddings are all about excitement, hectic schedules, heavy workloads and exhaustion. This isn’t just for the bride; it’s for everyone else too. What better way to calm the bride and other bridal party members down than by organising a yoga session? Such a session is enjoyable, peaceful, calming, and much needed during the hectic, tiring, and physically and mentally taxing wedding preparations.
Moreover, it will make it easier for you to accommodate guests of all ages in a yoga session because let’s be real, who doesn’t like yoga? To make the yoga session a bit more fun, relaxing and hen night-ish, pop a few bottles of Prosecco, add a fun menu to the mix, and you are all set for a memorable hen’s night!
If you are opting for a more fun and exciting hen’s night but have guests of different ages attending the event, why not go for something everyone would love to try? Salsa dance classes are a popular hen’s night idea, especially for hens who are not necessarily young and wild. These dance classes add a touch of elegance to the party.
All you need to do is find a local salsa instructor and book a private class. Once the booking is confirmed, send out the invites and have a fun night dancing your heart out. Now that’s hen’s party that women of all ages would love!
So these are some of the top ideas you can use when planning a hen’s night where you have to accommodate hens and guests of all ages. With these fun ideas, you can be sure that everyone at the party will have a blast!