If you want a hen’s night to remember, then look no further than our handsome hunks! We have the best venues on offer, with tailored packages to suit any need and desire your hen may have.
Why Hunks 4 Hens?
You’ve just been appointed as the Maid of Honour and it’s up to you to plan the perfect Hen’s Night. Don’t worry, Hunks 4 Hens is here to help! We can organise transport, drinks, food, entertainment, invites and a venue that’ll make you look like the ultimate party planner. We make sure you stick to what your bride will love throughout the whole night.
Thankfully, Our lovely city offers two things – a lot of party specialist assistance, and a wide variety of things to do. This makes planning a great hens party even easier, no matter what the tastes and hobbies of the bride is. If you are struggling to come up with ideas, there are plenty of great companies like Men in Action that can give you the best advice and solutions for setting up a suitable bachelorette nights. However, there are things that you need to consider about the bride and the bachelorette party itself. These are some of the crucial points that make the difference between a good party and one that is remembered for many years to come. If you are trying to find the right solution but can’t, try and consider some of the following;
What does the bride do?
We might not want to talk about or involve our personal lives around our careers, but it can give you an insight into what could be a good starting point. Try and consider what she does and how it reflects on her general personality – doe her work correlate with anything that she does in her own time? Thinking down the lines of what they want to do and what they try to achieve is a good way for really building a few ideas up in your mind about potential ideas for the hen party.
How much can the bride handle?
You may be able to handle your alcohol all day long, but the bride may not be able to do so. Try and plan the night around what she can handle – if you know she cannot handle a full day then don’t involve alcohol into the equation until much later in the day.
This might not inspire you for any great ideas, but it might help rule out a few poorer choices!
Who is coming?
Does the bride have a large family? If so, how many of them are coming? Find something that caters for large numbers or smaller number. A per head rate can really help the organisation of the party.