Hen’s Night: Tips for Making Your Party a Night to Remember

Your Hen’s Night is a chance to let your hair down amidst the pressure of your wedding preparations, and to celebrate your last days of being single.

There are a number of different ways you can celebrate your Hens night, and as it is traditionally the Matron of Honour (or Chief Bridesmaid) who helps with all the preparations, you will need to work closely together so she knows that type of Hen’s celebration you would like.

Whatever you decide to do, it’s a good idea to have your Hen’s party at least a week before the wedding. You want to look and feel your very best on your wedding day and a late night of partying and recovering from a hangover definitely won’t help.

In addition to all that, your wedding day is a very tiring affair – you are on your feet for long periods of time and are always the centre of attention. You don’t want your happy snaps featuring you yawning all day.


If going out for your hen’s night celebrate, remember safety in numbers.

Ensure you have a way to get home and if you are traveling by taxi, have a friend ride with you or stay in contact via a mobile phone.

If you have male entertainment at a private party, ensure someone remains sober to greet them & take care of the financial arrangements


A cocktail party. Get each guest to bring a different bottle
A weekend away with your best girlfriends
Hire a bus/limousine to take you and your friend to various clubs & hot spots
A karaoke night, at a karaoke bar or a friend’ home
Hire a male entertainer and/pr g-string waiters and party at home or a friends
Have a lingerie, giftware or adult novelty party
Spend a day indulging in some serious relaxation therapy at a day spa with friends
Go to a male revue
A wine tour through the wine region by horse and carriage
Get dressed in your best frock and spend a day at the races
Spend the day doing your favourite hobby and share your passion with your friends

For All Your Hen’s Night Accessories, Contact Jen 0414 815 012 or email: jen@allabouthens.com.au