Game On

Feeling inspired by the Commonwealth Games? Fancy doing something fun and a bit sporty on your hen do? Round up the gang and have a giggle with one of these hilarious hen party games!

It's a Knockout

Stag & Hen Party It's a Knockout is THE most fun you can have on a Saturday afternoon in summer. Think fancy dress, giant costumes, custard pies, bouncy castles, crazy races, wet sponges and a river of foam! Can you get over the Slippery Summit first and win a sumo match wearing a giant penguin costume? You'll have alot of fun finding out!

Totally Wiped Out

You've seen Total Wipeout on TV, now play our stag and hen party version! A total scream, this original event sees teams of guys and girls battle it out to win all sorts of crazy games. Bounce your way across the big red balls, jump the sweeper arm and run across the climbing wall before the inflatable poles pop out of the holes and take you down. Totally Wiped Out will have you laughing all the way to the wedding. It's the perfect solution to wedding planning stress and will create some brilliant memories of your hen do. You can go to a spa any old time, how often do you get the chance to do something as crazy as this??

Team Challenges

These team games and team challenges are brilliant ice breakers, which is great if you've got ladies coming on the hen party who don't already know each other. There are loads to choose from and they get everyone talking, laughing and feeling the team spirit! Think mazes, obstacle courses and head-scratcher puzzles.

Highland Games

A right laugh and well worth doing if you're planning a hen weekend in Edinburgh. Get your game on and compete in some of Scotland's finest sporting events. That's right girls, it's the Highland Games! We're talking welly wanging, toss the caber and experience the hilarious haggis malt challenge! Rugged instructors in kilts will run the games and keep the party atmosphere going.

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Date Posted: Thursday 31st July 2014

Author: Cathy Alexander

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