Four Cute Gifts To Buy Your HensPosted by marketing marketing on June 20 2017.
Buying your hens some cute gifts is a great idea. Not only is it a thoughtful gesture that will make them feel special and appreciated, but it will also provide a keepsake for the hen do that that will remind of the event forever!
But what do you buy? You need something thoughtful, personal and cute – that’s not going to cost you an arm and a leg. Fear not ladies, here are four awesome gifts that tick all of these boxes that your hens will simply love…
You can find so many adorable friendship bracelets and charm bracelets that will make your hens swoon. If your budget is slightly larger and you want to really treat your hens, go for a cute Thomas Sabo bracelet or something similar. You will be able to find beautiful little charm bracelet that they can add to over the years, a beautiful token of your friendship and bond.
There are a number of places that will personalise a notebook for you, perhaps with your hens initials or the date of the hen party. They can document the weekend to look back on it – or just use it for their own notes or journaling etc. Either way, it will be a keepsake and reminder of your special do forever more!
A Tote Bag
Again, this gift offers something that is both practical and cute
and thoughtful! Plus if there are any other little
bits that they may have collected over the course of the weekend, they can take it all with them in their little bag! Whether you stick to classic ‘team bride
bags’ of get them personalised with their names, we’re sure they will love the gesture.
If your budget is a little tighter, why not try some badges?
A cute and chic alternative to the classic hen do t-shirt, which can be a bit overdone these days, is finding your bridesmaids a personalised badge each.
Look on notonthehightstreet.com as there are a
dozen independent retailers that will make you personalised designs with the date, their names and your name!
We’re sure that whatever you get for your hens will be hugely appreciated – and they probably won’t even be expecting a gift. It is simply a nice way to help them remember your hen do and celebrate your friendship.
Bethany Pembrook is a freelance writer for a number of online publications. She works chiefly within the lifestyle and beauty sectors as both a researcher and content producer. In her free time, she is an avid runner and cyclist, but she also loves settling down with a good book!