Planning a hen party can be difficult, I know first-hand from being a Maid of Honour and being a bride myself. You need to organise a date everybody is free, a location that’s accessible to everybody and an activity that everybody will enjoy.
Champagne spa days and alcohol-fueled evenings are common hen party suggestions, but what about when you’re getting married and you don’t drink? Here are some hen party ideas that you might want to consider that don’t involve booze:
Laser tag is a hugely popular sport in the United States, and, though not as popular in the UK, it still has a place. There are plenty of centres you can go to and play laser tag. And many paintballing and outdoor pursuit centres offer laser tag options.
This is a fun and pain-free activity that you can do with family and friends alike. It can be played indoors or outdoors at any time of year. If you have a rainy day fund earmarked then you might fancy spending some of it on a few rounds of laser tag to keep occupied when the weather is bad.
You might not have thought much about it, but trampolining can be a really fun activity. It’s something that we often associate with kids, but adults can have fun with it as well. Indeed, if you want to discover just how fun it can be
You could do this as part of an event, or you might just want to pop down for the weekend to see what the fuss is about. Trampolining can provide hours of fun for all age groups, and is one of the best ways to keep entertained and amused.
If you’re looking for a new and exhilarating experience, then you should check out zorbing. This is where you get into a huge plastic ball and roll across lakes and down hills. It’s great fun for those who love the adventurous side of things.
It’s a brilliant way to spend an afternoon and
It’s important to come up with things to do to keep yourself entertained and occupied as much as possible. But sometimes you don’t want to be doing the same boring things all the time. So you need to come up with ideas that will help you to keep yourself amused. You can use the suggestions on this post as a good starting point.