Tips on What to Pack for a Hen Party
With hen party season well under way, you might be panicking about what you definitely need to pack and what you should leave behind. Seen as we’ve seen many hen parties come and go over the years, we know a thing or two about the bare necessities and want to share the wealth.
Obvious but usually forgotten, a small hangover kit really helps with those fuzzy heads in the morning. Making your own DIY hangover kit means you can stick anything you want in there, from paracetamol to water, nail varnish to lip balm – or you could make all your guests one!
You only have one hen party in a lifetime, so it’s super important to capture the best bits on camera to savour as mementos after you get hitched. Although it’s healthy to put the camera down and live in the moment every once in a while, your maid of honour should be on hand to get a few snaps of you in your element with friends and family.
The internet is a wonderful thing, and if you dig around enough there’s some epic freebies to help make your hen do special. Thankfully, we offer a few downloadable and free hen party resources to give you a hand with organising and on the day fun. Have a peek at our resources here to make the planning a little less stressful.
No matter what you’re doing for your hen party, you’re bound to be doing A LOT of it. Adrenaline fuelled experiences or heel-filled nights out,your feet are bound to need a comfy hug by the end of the day or the morning after. Make sure you pack some comfy, lazy shoes to relax in after all the excitement.
When the hangover hits, you’ll want to be prepared for the worst when it comes to how you’ll look (honesty is the best policy)! Big, dark sunglasses are a quick fix to feeling better and looking better, especially if you’re heading out to brunch early after a booze up.