Hen’s Night Tips

Posted by on May 8, 2012 in Managing Wedding |

Wedding day is the big day not only for the bride and the groom, but for their friends and families also. Maid of honor has many responsibilities and one of them is to throw the hens party. This is not an easy task, because this party has to be a night bride will never forget, but for all the lovely and fun reasons. Even though the bride is certainly under pressure prior the big day, hens night has to be managed and planned wisely and carefully to enable her to relax and unwind her mind. Here are some useful tips for making the bride a happy little hen.

Organizing hen’s night is not so easy, so it is of high importance to give yourself enough time to decide who are going to be the invitees, to send them the invites out, book venue and arrange all the finishing details. If you leave everything for the last minute, you will be so stressed out and it will be impossible for the bride to have a wonderful joyful experience. Keep in mind that hen’s nights are extremely intimate and can turn to be quite embarrassing, so it is expected that bride will only want to be surrounded by very close friends. The fact is that as a maid of honor you probably know your hen best, but it is alright to consult her about the invitees. When it comes to hen’s night theme and activities, those should be things the bride has always yearned to do, but never had enough time, money or courage. Of course, setting a budget is a must, even though money is the least wanted thing to think about. The expenses of a hen’s party should not be payed by the hen, but you can split the costs with the rest of the bridal party.

When setting the date of the hen’s night, think about the fact that all the guests will need some time to recover from this event. So, if you want your hen to be sober and refreshed bride, hold the hen’s party at least two weeks prior the big day.