Frequently Asked Questions
How long in advance do I have to book my Hen Night?
Our instructors are very flexible, but booking a venue requires some time. We will book a venue for you based on your time preferences and number of people attending. We advise that you book your hen party activity as soon as you can.
I have a last minute Hen Night request, can you help?
Yes, we will do our best to help you. We have the best contacts in the Manchester market to get what others might consider imposible.
Is there a minimum or maximum number per activity?
No, we have run Hen Parties for small (6) and large groups (40).
We have years of experience providing Hen Party entertainment
We love what we do. We are a small team that value you as a customer . Since you first contact us, we will make sure that you receive the best customer service. We are here to help you have a great Hen Party experience. Visit our Facebook Page to watch videos, photos and look at what our customers say about us. They love our Hen Parties.
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How to make a Hen Night Party a Hit
If you've been put in charge of
organising a hen party, here's some useful do's and don'ts from a recently wed hen.
Do be a great host. Your best friend will be grateful to you for helping to make sure everyone is at ease and enjoying themselves. Make sure you learn everyone's names and find out how they know the hen, so you can do introductions. Making beautiful name badges for attendees to wear or putting personalised place cards at the first shared meal will ensure everyone knows who is who.
Do get down to basics. Be sure you are clear on exactly what your soon-to-be hen wants at her hen party; there's no point in going to lots of trouble to organise a variety of fun activities and a wild party, if all she wants is an intimate evening meal with close friends.
Do delegate, delegate, delegate. Organising such an important event takes time and a lot of effort, so if you are the sort of person who lacks patience and skills to deal with the logistical side of things, why not ask several friends to do certain tasks, or hire the services of an events management team.
Do be easily contactable. Both in the lead up to the big event and on the day make sure all attendees can get in touch with you easily, preferably by mobile phone (don't forget to charge it!). It's also useful to have a full list of everyone's phone numbers to hand in case anyone gets lost or is delayed.
Don't leave everything to the last minute. As soon as your best friend asks you to organise her hen party, send out a ‘save the date' to all attendees and start making ‘to do' lists, so that you can stay on top of planning.
Don't do the dirty on your friend. Only book a stripper if you are 100 per cent sure this is what the hen wants. There is nothing worse than seeing the hen cringe with embarrassment and it can ruin an otherwise great occasion.
Don't forget to reconfirm with all suppliers and venues at least 48 hours in advance. Large groups are often turned away from restaurants, bars and clubs so you can avoid this by reconfirming your reservation/s. Getting the hen party on the guest list can also help avoid long queues and headaches. Alternatively you could get an event management company to organise the whole event, which not only saves time, but also guarantees a certain level of service/quality from their suppliers.
Don't go over budget. As it is customary for the hen to not pay for her party, it's a good idea to set up a kitty before the weekend commences and ask everyone to contribute a set amount. If you've worked out your sums correctly and asked for the correct amount, you'll avoid the hassle of collecting money off people on the day and won't end up out of pocket.
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If you need to know more or want to book, we would love to hear from you, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0 78 76 47 44 05, Monday to Sunday 9am to 10pm. We usually reply hen party inquiries very quick