Friday, 3 February 2012

Ideas for Low Key Hen Parties

By Michelle Ward


So , the all important big day is getting close, all that remains now is to plan that crucial hen party.

Everybody's seen them - all over the country, hoards of other ladies out on the tiles going wild for the bride-to-be's last evening of freedom, but if this does not appeal to you, you may want to think about throwing a more tame hen party.

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There are a plethora of hotels all over the United Kingdom that focus on entertaining groups of hens and can piece together a fantastic package for you, whether you think that some indulgent spa treatments are called for, or whether you would just like a sophisticated evening of good wine and food followed by a lavish night's sleep, there are a massive amount of things you can do without painting the town red or waking up with the unavoidable sore head!

You may even wish to consider journeying abroad. Stags are notorious for their parties away from home, making the most of the huge party towns across Europe, and hens are following their example. But if this party background isn't for you, you might want to think about a visit to one of Europe's cultural centres take in the cafe culture of Paris, glory in the art and design of Barcelona, bask in the haute couture of Milan or just work on your tan with drinks by the pool.

If this all seems too dear for you, you could decide to celebrate closer home; you might organize a Body Shop party or 'Whodunnit ' night incorporating props and dressing up or if you would like a bit of pampering you could purchase your own products for a spa at home facial masks, great company, wine and tunes will all come together to offer you a fabulous, calm evening.

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Maybe you want something a little more vibrant? There are tons of activity centers in The UK that are great at catering for hen parties; perhaps you'd enjoy a little bit of clay pigeon shooting or canoeing, orienteering or archery. They are all good ways to spend the day with your best friends before the big day whilst steering clear from the more standard, alcohol fuelled night on the town and the inevitable morning after!




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