How to Keep Your Hen Happy

How to Keep Your Hen Happy If you’re a struggling maid of honour then here is 3 ways on how to keep your hen happy. There isn’t much to it but it may help when booking your mobile hen parties.

Organisation

So, how to keep your hen happy? This may be an obvious thing but it’s a key point to consider when it comes to keeping a smile on your hens’ face. When it comes to bigger groups, organisation is very important. There’s nothing worse than a bunch of giggly girls wondering around in a city you’ve never been in before. An easy way to cover all your hen do elements and keep organised is a list. You can either create your own, or grab one of our free hen party checklists to help you along the way. Don’t feel like all the organisation is on your shoulders! If you need a bit of help, don’t be afraid to ask someone, even if you choose to get it organised by a party planner.

Presents

No matter what anyone says, everyone loves a good present an this is how to keep your hen happy. With that in mind, think about some sweet little surprises that your bride to be would love. It doesn’t have to be something expensive or big but a little present goes a long way. Your bride will love every minute of it and will appreciate anything. From small must-haves like a hangover kit to blindfolded lead ups to their favourite place to get cocktails, any little surprise will be worth the extra planning for the reaction you get – trust us.

Alcohol

How to keep your hen happy? Unless your hen isn’t a big drinker then booze can keep a bride to be a very happy bunny. Cocktails, shots, champagne – the works. This is the time for her (and you) to let loose and forget about all the tiny details of wedding planning. We recommend getting yourself a booths and drinks package so the good stuff is sorted for the night. there are also plenty of mobile hen party activities that include alcohol. Such as the mobile cocktail making class. This class allows you girls to make your own cocktails, drink and have plenty of fun.

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