The Party Starts Now: Throwing a Memorable Hen Night
Organising a hen night is probably one of the most anticipated nights of a would-be bride. This is where you exert your time, money and effort to make the magic happen. Many women say they always feel pressure from their friends, but don’t let this stress you out. It’s still up to you to make the night worth remembering.
Read on to make sure you don’t have any regrets before your wedding.
Do Plan the Guest List with Him
First, think about the people who should be on your guest list. This is your last night of freedom, as they say, but that doesn’t mean you should do everything, even those that you may regret later on. Sometimes, it’s better that he knows who you are with. After all, he can tell you who’s okay and who is not. It’s also a great way to make sure you are not forgetting anyone important.
Do Know Where You’re Going
When planning your special night, figure out where you would enjoy. If you and your friends don’t want to go to a strip club, perhaps the night would be better in a restaurant, a bar or a hotel room. Look for a venue that caters to hen nights, as they have dedicated function rooms and private spaces. A renowned function venue, The Full Moon Hotel, suggests that it’s best to make all necessary reservations ahead of time. You need to book early, especially if you have a large group.
Don’t Assume Everyone Has Money
If you’re planning to rent a penthouse, you may want to think about it carefully first before deciding. Sure, the idea sounds cool, but not all your girl friends have money to burn. Make a budget and stick to it no matter what happens. If you have a tight budget, make sure your invites politely inform your friends that they should expect a contribution. There’s no need to feel ashamed or embarrassed when talking about finances in front of your friends.
A hen night is not an excuse for you to make any bad decisions. Though no one is stopping you, you should think wisely and act accordingly.