Hen Night Essentials That Will Always Be NeededPosted by marketing marketing on July 3 2017.
A hen party should be an evening or weekend filled with your favourite girls, doing your favourite activities and letting loose before you take the plunge and walk down the aisle! This should be one of the most unforgettable (if slightly blurry) memories of your life that you will treasure forever. Here are five simple essentials you should have in order to turn your hen party from good to great…
Unless you’re an absolute fun sponge, it’s hard to resist fancy dress at a hen party. This could be anything from wearing “HEN PARTY 2017” on a bright pink T-shirt, to dressing in a hot dog suit. There’s nothing that will loosen you up and get you giggling than being dressed up in something silly, drinking champagne and having the best time with your hens. If you start off small, adding a tiara into your wardrobe, maybe a tutu and then seeing where you can build your confidence and go from there.
Glitter is becoming an all-round favourite for bridal parties and even weddings. It seems that couples are breaking away from tradition and getting a little bit more adventurous with their look. Face glitter is the perfect way to add a little bit of glitz and glam to the occasion. Whether you have decided to take a pole dancing class, go for afternoon tea… or drink 10 shots of tequila in a row. One of the best things about wearing glitter as part of your makeup, is that it’s long lasting and can cover any tired, hungover bags from the night before!
If you spend all day walking around and all night partying in heels, then chances are that you are going to feel the burn. Bringing flip flops along with you, or any kind of comfy flat shoe can really stop your hen party from getting ruined, and it means that you can party for longer. This is honestly one of the most life changing decisions a girl can make. Forget suffering with achy feet, no longer do you have to walk barefoot through the streets after a long night of partying!
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!