No pressure then!!
ONCE THE WEDDING DATE IS SECURED!When the wedding date is secured you can start speaking to the bride to be about her hen weekend. Generally the hen party takes place 6 weeks or so before the big day, but this is just a guideline. Once you have a date in mind the next step is to do a little research for some good hen party destinations and ideas.
WHAT DOES SHE WANT
There will be some items the bride to be will be interested in, and some things she definitely will not want. Allow her to set those parameters so you have a clear picture of her perfect hen party. You should check out our site for some inspiration especially our ‘ready made hen party packages’ where we have done the hard work for you.
WE RECCOMEND BOOKING AS SOON AS YOU HAVE A DATEMost hen parties book approximately 6 months in advance, but some as far as a year in advance. As you get closer the date accommodation and availability of activities may become limited, especially if you have a larger group, or are going for a very popular date or destination
GIVE PEOPLE LOTS OF NOTICE
When you initially make the hen party booking you should give the number of invites you are sending out. It is understandable that as time goes on you will receive cancellations but better safe than sorry. It’s always a good idea to have ample accommodation space reserved just in case your bride happens to be very popular and everyone wants to go!
The more time you give yourself the more availability there will be. Also the more time you give your guests its easier for them to commit to going and save up for it if needs be.