Just wondered what people are doing for hen nights on a budget
Not sure what your budget is Hun but I'm looking at doing 2 (as my stepdaughter and niece are 15 and can't go on a night out). Doing an afternoon tea with them and mum (as she doesn't drink). Then the other I'm not sure on yet as my wedding is 2020, I like the idea of a murder mystery experience with dinner etc. I don't want to really spend more than £200 on the hen do x
Hi I hope to go for a meal:)
I'm hoping to do an adventure type thing like go ape. But i'm leaving it to my girls so i dunno what i'm doing. X
I am doing 2 due to young bridesmaids. 1 will be a chocolate experience and the other will be something like segway followed by a meal and some drinks and maybe a cocktail class x
I've asked my bridesmaids to sort this for me as a surprise!! 1 less thing to worry about sorting out :) xx
Take away, wine, pamper stuff and wedding movies. I'm boring and don't want to leave my toddler.
Groupon has some really good offers, we're going for a spa day.
We going for a night in Brighton having a cocktail class in afternoon then going on an organised pub crawl and then spending next day shopping and going to pier . I love Brighton I went once a month when I was younger havnt been in 6 years and none of my family or friends have ever been so will be nice also we're having a 90s costume theme
It depends really. If you have a large wedding party you could look at booking a lodge with hot tub and between a few of you won't be much. I stayed at Thanet Well Lodge Treat with my H2B in a 6 bed lodge and it was (I think) £350 for 3 nights so if you have 6 people that's £60 each (ish) x