Hen Party Idea

The wedding is booked and organised, the chief bridesmaid is nominated and the fun and exciting task of the hen party organisation begins.  With so many options available it is a hen party minefield! What budget do you all have? What will everybody like?  Will they enjoy it?  So many different opinions and the questions go on, decisions, decisions.  The task of keeping everybody happy and within budget is generally no easy task for the chief bridesmaid/organiser or the bride themselves.

 

With the ever increasing squeeze on money and the pressure to do something different, hen groups are increasingly choosing day-time activities like cookery classes, baking lessons, spa days, jewellery making, dancing lessons and even activities like racing days and even rescue survival lessons for the more adventurous hens.  The usual tradition of partying the night away is complimented with activities like these and hen groups generally split the day-time activities in two to cater for all, with some shopping and either creative/high adrenalin/relaxing activities, with long lunch combined. With the growing craze of doing a rather creative activity, why not try your hand at a flower arranging hen party? – Morning or afternoon?

 

Pixi Flowers in Bristol (Can also cover Bath) offer a different type of hen party, in two hours it is possible to learn a bit about flowers and to walk away with some amazing flower jewellery pieces – wrist corsages, a hair pin and even a button corsage time permitting.  Hens can glam up their evening outfit with the new party pieces to launch the night-time festivities.  It is also sometimes possible to compliment your chosen dressing up theme with colour co-ordinated items and even associated matching paraphernalia if requested in advance.  We can also arrange (at a fee) afternoon tea at one of our venues to compliment the jewellery making, making for a very special and pampering experience.

 

These new found skills can also be employed at the up and coming wedding, hens can work together the evening/day before the wedding and make flower corsages for the entire wedding party. From experience this activity alone makes for a very special gift to the bride and groom and very much personalise a wedding party.

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