What To Do If Your Bride Doesn’t Want A Hen Party

How to get the hen do you really want!

Our Imagination Room heroes, Cluck, on making it the party you’re actually dreaming of…

BE FLEXIBLE

‘The best hen parties happen when everyone is relaxed and having fun. So don’t be offended if some of the group only want to come to part of the day. One might not fancy our Dirty Dancing class, but be all over the gin tasting. Some might just want to come for dinner and drinks. Plan multiple activities and the whole group will find something to enjoy. We have over 100 unique and varied activities, so there’s plenty of choice!’  

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BE UPFRONT

‘We mostly deal with the maid of honour, but we do get brides who plan their own hens, so if you don’t like surprises, get involved! Don’t be shy about giving your maids some dos and don’ts.’ 

MANAGE YOUR EXPECTATIONS

‘A holiday in Ibiza might be your ultimate hen party, but that might not always be realistic. We find that the biggest stress for hens is budget, so make sure all are comfortable with the costs. Having your friends argue about money in the lead-up to your celebration is not cool. Our oh-so simple individual payment system takes away the stress of one person footing the bill, then having to send awkward texts to others to chase up payment.

PLAN AHEAD

Lastly, and certainly not least, start the hen chats early. The more planning time you have, the better it will be! Plus, you won’t risk missing out on our workshops, which often become fully booked.’For more information about Cluck activities, see thisiscluck.com;@thisiscluck

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