At Pink Welly Events we love a hen party, obvs. But we certainly understand that they can be hard to organise. Deciding who to ask to your hen party can feel like a massive task, especially when others have paved the way before you. Personally, I loved having my Mum share in the whole of my hen party … but then my Mum is as up for a party as I am, if not more! Perhaps your partner’s sister invited your mother in law to be on her hen party, leaving you wondering if it’d be rude if you didn’t. Perhaps your own sister invited your mum and auntie, and you’re now debating whether you’d like them to attend yours. These are tricky issues to tackle and should be considered with caution. Who attends your hen party will affect the atmosphere, so think about it wisely before dishing out the invites. Perhaps you’d like to get royally sloshed on your hen party and would like everyone else to follow suit (I can vouch for this feeling!). You may feel relaxed enough to gurgle down the bubbly with abundance in front of your mum, but will your friends?
One way around the invitation dilemma is to organise an all age friendly daytime activity, before scaling back the numbers for a more raucous evening. Family friendly hen party activities are now readily available, with craft afternoons faring high on the satisfaction for all scale. Choose from a variety of relaxed, informal afternoon hen party activities in Devon or London which people of all personalities and ages can enjoy. Think pottery making hen parties in Devon, hat making hen party workshops in London, afternoon teas for a hen party in London or vintage styled hen dance classes in Devon. We offer a range of alternative hen party ideas with the emphasis on relaxed, non ‘henny’ hen excursions. Have a look through our range of classy hen party activities and just get in touch for more info … or advice on how to incorporate your mother in law into your hen party!