The ultimate Hens’ Party requires the right combination of class and sass. And that is not without some Hens’ Party games. You probably have girls at your Hens’ Party who do not know each other. With these fun games, you can break the ice easily and get the party started.
Test the bride’s knowledge of her better-half. See how well she knows him. Meet him beforehand and get answers to some of the most generic questions like favourite holiday destination, favourite movie, etc. Give each hen a question and make them ask the bride. If she gets it wrong, make her drink a shot, put on a silly dress, or do a dirty dance step.
Now see how well the bride knows her clan. Play the who’s who game where you ask all the hens to write a fact about themselves on a post-it note. It should be something very simple but, at the same time, hard to guess like ‘I hate Italian food’ or ‘I can solve a rubrics cube in 50 seconds’ or something more elaborate like ‘I almost lost my eye in an accident’. Give these post-it notes to the bride and see how many she gets right.
Toilet paper game, sounds absurd? We understand but trust us it is one of the best Hens’ Party games. It involves a lot of toilet paper, of course! You put all the hens into small teams. Each team picks a model from their group and creates its own version of a wedding dress on her using tons of toilet paper. And oh! Time the activity. The bride sets the time frame so whoever finishes in the given time and made the best dress wins.
This game requires some play-doh and a dirty mind. This is one hilarious game and you will see how everyone will slowly open up while playing it. You can either play individually or put the hens into groups. We suggest you play individually. Give everyone some play-doh which they will mould into various body parts. Now it is your job to make it a little more competitive. Give scores for each shape; for example, a hand should probably have the lowest points.
A bonus tip: Play a naughtier version of this game after a couple of drinks.
When planning your Hens’ Party, make a list of songs and write them down on small chits. At the Hens’ Party, get everyone pick one chit and dance on whatever is on the list. That hen must dance alone and for the entire duration of the song. Make sure the bride does not chicken out. She is as much a part of the game as the rest of the hens.