We have used our passion for hen dos to create an online hub specialising in hen party products, accessories, ideas and advice.
We understand that brides-to-be and bridesmaids are only after the best accessories for their party and therefore we ensure we only source products that are the highest of quality. We do this by welcoming feedback from customers, and listening to what you have to say. We do not stock products that have received negative reviews or are unpopular with our valued customers.
Our hen party expertise doesn't end there; we also create interesting articles on hen parties as well as compiling our helpful Hen Do Directory to help you plan your perfect celebration. Whether you are looking for inspiration with things to do or suggestions of where to go, it's all here.
At Pink Hen Party we are well aware of just how stressful planning the perfect hen party can be; you want everyone to enjoy themselves and for everything to go off without a hitch, right? This is where we come in. Our aim is to give you enough information, suggestions and advice to give you the very best chance of making your hen dos turn out stress free, safe, and as enjoyable an event as possible for everyone attending.
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What's available to hold, wear and play on your Hen Do. We look through some of the hen party accessories you might want to take out or stay in with on your last night of freedom. You want people to know you are on a hen do so they can choose to congratulate the bride to be, or run a mile. Bright colours and flashing lights are the easiest ways to achieve this goal, with Sashes being the most instantly visible of these. Flashing lights can come in the form of a hen party wand or lights added to a veil, garter or eye-catching tiara.
Trying to decide what to do for your hen party can be one of the most difficult decisions to make after deciding who to invite. There are so many things to choose from, though some of the most popular ways to celebrate getting married are still partying at home or going out on the town. So how do you decide between going out and staying in? One of the first things to thing about is just how wild the party is likely to get. If you know things will get broken and there will be so much mess you’ll be cleaning up for a week, then going out might just be a better option than staying in. However, there are lots of companies that will put on events in your home so that you don’t have to turn your living room into the ministry of sound.
Hen parties don't have to be loud; running round bars and jumping in and out of limousines, instead you can visit a spa and enjoy a relaxing day of being pampered before you walk down the aisle. Equally if you are looking to make a day and night out of your hen party then a spa before going out to tour the local bars and clubs is a great way to prepare. Hen packages are often much cheaper than standard spa days or even buying treatments on their own. You can also sometimes add specific treatments to your hen package, have lunch included and even order champagne to drink upon your arrival.