Hens party ideas at home: COVID edition

Throw the perfect hens party from your living room! 

So, you’ve been tasked with the challenge of organising an epic hens party for the bride-to-be from home.

Whilst a DIY party might seem like the furthest thing from a weekend of getting up to no good in Las Vegas, you’ll be pleased to know it’s still possible to give the bride a unique experience she won’t be able to forget.

There are many benefits to hosting a hens party from home. Not only is it flexible, but it’s also cost-effective and it’s super easy to include those special touches.

We’ve put together some of our best ideas for hosting the ultimate party!

Photo memory wall

A photo wall is a great place to start when organising party decorations. Create a photo display with pictures of the bride from major life events and with friends and family. You might like to ask each guest to bring along their best photo of themselves with the bride-to-be – the funnier the better!


Cocktail making class

Did you know you can hire your very own mixologist to show you how to whip together a great cocktail? Grab your ingredients, your cocktail shaker and your funkiest cups and learn from the experts.

Alternatively, you can organise the cocktail class yourselves. A great way to do this is by breaking off into teams and having each team create their own cocktail. Regroup at the end to score each other and decide the winning team.


Make a charcuterie board

When it comes to food, a grazing board is always a crowd-pleaser. You can organise to have one catered, or simply whip it up yourself! Include cheeses, crackers, cold meats, chocolate, fruit – the options are endless!


Wine tasting at home

Is there much point in having a grazing board without some good quality wine? For some added excitement, host your very own wine tasting from home. Choose your theme – varietal or region – and have some palate cleansers at the ready. You could even mix things up with a blind tasting.


Hens Party Games

Hen party games are the best kind of games. Round up the girls for a light-hearted game of prosecco pong, bridal bingo, pass the parcel or hens party dares! You can’t go wrong with the classic toilet paper wedding dress game


DIY pamper session

Let’s face it, wedding planning can be an emotional rollercoaster for everyone involved and a pamper party is the best way to relax. Why not kick back and give the bride-to-be some much-deserved relaxation time? Set up your very own pampers stations including face masks, massages, nails and foot spas. Grab your pamper toolkit, some treats and relaxing tunes (maybe even a cheeky wine).