A Wizard always arrives precisely when he means to, and since it’s #TolkienReadingDay today, it seems the perfect time to share some of my thoughts on how to throw a great Lord of the Rings themed Hen Party to life.
Season 2 of Bridgeton is nearly here! Let’s have a look at some ideas to have a perfectly delightful Bridgeton themed hen party that will have your bride feeling like a duchess.
If you are planning a hen do or bachelorette party that falls mid-March, or if your bride is always going on about how she’s “1/4 Irish on my mother’s side”, or maybe she’s marrying an Irishmen? For whatever reason a St Patrick’s Day is always a hell of a party, so here are some tips on how to add that party into her bachelorette.
Planning a Hen (Bachelorette) Party is a stressful business. Sure, you can go to an agency to do it all for you, but that can get expensive and it also removes that element of love that comes with putting something awesome together for your best friend. I noticed that there wasn’t a platform that existed purely to help guide and inspire bridesmaids (and bridesmen) to plan a kick-ass Bachelorette weekend, without doing it for them. So that’s why I built www.howtohen.com.
Here are 3 ways it can help you and dramatically reduce your stress levels.
Icebreakers may seem like a cringey thing that only happen at awkward office workshops and summer camps. However, don’t underestimate the importance of breaking the ice in a room full of people who have never met each other, like at a hen party.
If your Bride to be (B2B) has invited only her close friends who all hang out together normally anyway, then no worries, you don’t need to break the ice. However, most Hen weekend’s are made up of childhood friends, work friends and miscellaneous family members. There’s usually a range of ages and interests and the last thing you want is for anyone to feel like they don’t belong, so some bachelorette icebreakers are a great way to kick start the bonding.