We still have some time left in the Autumn season, if you are planning a last minute hen party or have one already planned our activities are great fun and will fill the gaps of your day. With most outdoor activities ruled out it can be hard to find exciting activities for you and the girls, which is why we are here to help with ideas of activities that are perfect for these colder months. With more brides choosing to get married in the winter, this usually means that the hen parties happen within the Autumn season. Gathering all the girls and going to a different location is enough without having to worry about the wind and the rain, so it is a great idea to get activities booked, so you know that these will be definite.
With Autumn being the prettiest months for colour and surroundings, activities that are creative and vintage such as our flower crown workshop and vintage accessory making are all perfect for a hen party to keep you indoors. If you love the autumn months wrapping up in a big jumper, coat, scarf and boots then some outdoorsy activities such as sightseeing tours, quad racing or a track day experience are suited to the adventure addicted hens.
If you and the girls are chocoholics and love anything sweet, immerse yourself within our foodie activities from the chocolate workshop or a naughty cupcake workshop in your desired location. We also know how much you ladies love a cocktail, so make them for yourself once you have been shown how by a professional mixologist at one of our cocktails making classes. Keeping an elegant and relaxed environment with the girls go for a delightful afternoon tea with or without champagne, 3 course meal or even some bubbly or gin tasting. Most of our activities in the creative category you will walk away with some tasty treats or at least some inspiration.
A hen party in the Autumn season is all about indulging in comfort food and treats, cosying up with your friends and spoiling the bride to be. It really is a perfect season for a hen party with a stunning winter wedding just around the corner.
Date Posted: Friday 26th October 2018
Author: Jenna Halford