Hen Party Ideas For The
If you're getting married abroad then you may well be
considering having your hen's party a week or so in
advance of your wedding overseas.
It's usually the customary role for the bridesmaids or
close friends to organise the hen's party and in the past
it's invariably become an evening of embarrassment,
with the bride being paraded around dressed in a tacky
plastic outfit and draped in phallic shaped objects.
If this feels you with dread, and you worry for your
dignity then read on. There are SO many alternatives to
the somewhat dated idea of a strip club, and here are
our suggestions for the contemporary bride:
Girl's weekend Away With A Personal Chef
If you and your friends enjoy your food then imagine the
bliss of having your own personal chef turn up at where
you're staying and cook a delicious meal that will tantalise
the taste buds and put a big smile on your face.
A personal chef can be organised to take care of every
meal leaving you and the girls to get on with having fun.
Spa and Pamper Treatments Hen Weekends
get you and your girls feeling relaxed and rejuvenated
before the wedding, then how about booking a spa
weekend. Hen party packages are all about being made
to feel special and …... well, pampered.
You'll be able to choose from a wide variety of luxurious
treatments and facilities. Start off with the steam room,
followed by the sauna and a relaxing swim in the pool, or
indulge yourself with a bubbly Jacuzzi sensation.
Enjoy a relaxing massage which will ease away those aches
and pains; indulge yourself with a facial that will leave your
skin looking smooth, clear and radiant; there's never been
a more important time for your nails to look at their best,
so take advantage of a manicure and pedicure too.
By the end of the weekend you'll all be looking and feeling
radiant, relaxed and ready for the wedding ahead.
Cocktail making lessons
Learning to make your own cocktails is fun and also a
good way for you all to gel together. Most classes last
around 90 minutes and give you and your hens a chance
to learn all there is about making cocktails.
Usually the staff throw in a few games which make it even
more fun and what's more, you get to drink what you've
made. Now how good does that sound!
As a real treat, and before setting out for an evening of
clubbing or dancing, why not organise a High Tea at one
of the many world wide hotels that offer this service. The
high tea varies from one hotel to another but usually
consists of a welcoming glass of bubbly followed by a
delicious meal of dainty finger sandwiches, exquisite
pastries, and bite size cakes or scones served on a tiered
stand, all washed down with freshly brewed coffee or tea.
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