Hen Weekend Fun and Games
Your hen party is the perfect chance to forget your wedding planning and celebrate with your closest friends and family. Whether your hen weekend is a quiet spa retreat or a celeb style trip to Vegas – get the party started with these fun hen party games. We promise to make you cringe and cry with uncontrollable laughter.
The Mr. and Mrs. Quiz – Everyone loves a quiz, so let’s see how well your groom to be and bridesmaids know you! Ask your maid of honour to design a quiz before the hen weekend and record your fiance’s answers. The questions should be about you and your relationship. Then, gather everyone together to do the quiz; play the recording at the end of each question to see what your groom said about you.
The Memory Guessing Game – This is the perfect chance for the hens to share their fondest, silliest or funniest memory of the bride to be. Give each hen some time to think and write down their memory. One hen then reads out the memories and you have to guess who said it…
Get Creative with Toilet Paper – The ultimate game for creative hens. All you need is a pack of toilet paper and scissors. Divide your hens into small groups and allow them 10 minutes to create a toilet paper dress. Then judge the winner!
Truth or Dare? If you’re planning a night on the town then truth or dare is the perfect game for maximum fun and laughs. There is lots of inspiration online, but the key is to come prepared. This way, less time is wasted brainstorming ideas.
Guess Who? Print off a tick list with pre-prepared questions. Then, sit back and see how well your friends and family know your relationship. Who initiated the first kiss? Who is the tidy one?
If you are unsure on what type of hen weekend you want, check out our perfect hen party ideas for inspiration.
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