Planning A Hens Night For Your Best Friend

Getting married can be joyous and exciting. It can also be scary and stressful.

If your best friend is getting married, then you would be just as excited as she is to witness the big day. You will be the one guiding her through the pre-wedding jitters and making sure that she has everything she needs in the months leading up to her wedding day. She will undoubtedly be under a lot of stress to ensure that the day is perfect, and will inevitably come undone.

As her best friend, one of the best ways you can celebrate her and with her is to organise a hen night for her. In fact, a girl’s best friend is the most perfect candidate to host her hen party. Putting together a hen night can be an extremely fun experience, and you can ask all your mutual friends to help you out in organising it.

Delegating the work

It is best to delegate the work when organising such an event. This will be the best way in which to make sure that all the necessary work is done.

For example, you can put one person in charge of food items for the night. Similarly, you can choose another to undertake the task of finding a hens night bar hire in Melbourne to use for the event, while another can look into organising decorations and preparing the venue.

Choosing a theme

Once you have made a plan and decided on when you will have the hen night, the next most important thing is the theme. A fun theme based on some of the bride to-be’s favourite things will show her how much thought and effort has gone into the planning of the hen night.

You can also purchase decorations and gift bags in accordance with the theme to give to everyone who will attend the party.

Refreshments for the night

You can even get a mobile bar for hire for your party so that you can make the night extra special for the bride to-be. You can also request that the bartender makes cocktails that are especially suited to the theme for the night, to give it that special touch.

In terms of food, finger food, and canapés are best. A hen night will not usually have anyone sitting down to enjoy a large plate of food, and therefore anything that can be consumed while chatting with others and walking about, would be the most ideal. The goal is to keep everyone fed while they mingle and dance the night away.