Im not one for partying or drinking.. could i have a meal for my hen night or would that just be boring?
Yes don't see why not x
Have what you want, it's your hen do :)
Plenty of things to do that's not partying! Arts & crafts, spa day, laser quest, afternoon tea, theme park day out, a weekend away at a spa & meal! Doesn't always have to be a party and drinking x
Do whatever you want. Hen do's don't have to be about dancing and drinking. Look at spa days, pamper evenings, afternoon teas etc
Thanks.. Just most of my bridesmaids are young and not sure if theyd do anything other than party and drink haha
You can do whatever you want. We did a pottery class and a meal afterwards. X
I went for an Indian for my hen night then went home. Some went out partying but I couldn't wait to get home.
I'm not a big drinker or party person either, I've asked just to have a spa weekend away at a nice hotel for 2 nights Friday-Sunday and go for dinner the Saturday night
I'm not a big drinker either and 2 of my hens were pregnant so we couldn't make full use of a spa. We went to the rugby dressed as Disney characters then went out for Thai food! I had a great time and our team won, all in all a good day ️
My cousin did London dungeons, meal and theatre. It was lovely
I don't really drink and my sister organised an afternoon tea which was perfect :)
I'm 24 and I don't drink, my work mates are thinking of doing an afternoon tea and my family and friends I've seen a chocolate workshop where you can bring your own drinks and food! Perfect for us 🙂
I've planned my hen night through Hen Heaven and as I'm not a big drinker (night clubs) I went for something fun, which is a spa hotel, cocktail making session and meal at Jamie's Italian. But their company do all kinds of packages to suit every bride :)
I had my hen night at bingo, was a laugh!
I'm not having a hen night, so I'm really boring
I'm having an afternoon high tea party x
Hi I am hoping to go for a meal too as I am not a drinker :)
Im 26 and am a big drinker but my mum and nana aren't so we are doing a spa day with overnight stay at the venue im getting married at. Looks lovely and its cheap considering what we are getting with our package. Its about enjoying yourself so do what you are going to enjoy
I went on a go ape 🦍 for something abit different it was great fun
My Bride went to one of those decorate pottery places then for a meal, as she is no longer a party animal?
Love it! love the idea of hen night at bingo haha fab thanks
I don't drink much and was thinking maybe a spa day and meal xx
if you have a few of you, its always worth looking at lodges with a hot tub for a weekend away, you can go to cornwall/lakes etc for £300 - £400 and between a few of you its not that bad x
It's your night . Have what you want most of my family arnt into drinking and going out dancing but it's what I want so it's what's happening. If they was getting married and they wanted to go out partying for their hen do . Would you go ?
I was 5 months pregnant for my hen night. I found a spa break, 1 night hotel, 1/2hr treatment, dinner & breakfast all for £100. Those who wanted a drink could have but it was a relax and enjoy rather than a piss up. Was a great weekend xxx
I am the same, I had a glamping evening, where we stayed in a tee pee, played some games, had a picnic, it was lovely, suited me just right.
My advice would be to do what you want to do. It's your night and you should spend it doing what makes you happy
It's your hen do Hun, so have whatever you like x
Not at all! My future sister in law had an afternoon tea for her hen do then a little party after.
I don't see why that would be boring at all :)
It's your night why not have a mocktail and spa afternoon and finish it with a meal x
Of course you could it's your hen. I don't do partying either so I'm either going to do a meal or an activity such as a panic room
A lot of my friends will have young babies so I will probably have afternoon tea and then a night out too - so people can come to one or both. Spa or afternoon tea is great for non drinkers x
Its your hen night so do whatever you want to do. I didn't bother with one at all, and then me and mum went for a shopping trip away with an overnight stop and we called that my hen night. My husband never bothered with a stag do either. Overrated really, cos let's face it, if we fancied a night out on the town getting very drunk, then married or not, we would just do it so its pointless having the one last send off. But everyone likes different things, so do what makes you happy.
I had a meal out then we went on a paranormal investigation I dont drink either and it was fun scaring ourselves x
It's your hen do. If your friends care about you,they'll know that a wild night isn't for you
I got married at 23 and I'm not a big drinker, we went out for a meal with everyone and then myself, my mother-in-law to be, and bridesmaids went for a spa day the next day.
Do whatever you want too :-) x
It's your hen, do whatever you want! But do try to celebrate in style, whatever that may be. Possibly Google ideas?
I did! I had a mix of ages and I preferred going for a meal over partying
your hen night do what YOU want xx
I had an afternoon tea and had a brilliant time so I think a meal would be nice x