Planning a Hen Party but unsure what activities would be suitable? Should you hire a luxury limo? Should you go do something adventurous? Should you have a relaxing day? Fear not! Whether you have a large or small group of friends attending your hen party Limo-Scene is here to help with some practical activity ideas to ensure your weekend goes off with a bang.
For small groups…
In theory, smaller groups give you more freedom, since you don’t have to worry about everyone splitting up. However, you are unlikely to receive discounts like you might get in a larger party. Here are some ideas, perfect for smaller groups:
Adventures and games
These can, of course, be done in either large or small group. But if you have a large group, there’ll most likely be a lot of standing around and waiting. That’s why adventure activities are excellent for smaller groups.
From ten-pin bowling and paintballing to skydiving and zip lining, you have a myriad of choice here. It’s sure to get your guests in a great mood and ready for the evening.
Going along to a spa day is great for a small hen party. The hydro loungers, aromatherapy caves and rejuvenation pods are sure to make your guests feel revitalised and de-stressed, making for a relaxed hen party.
If your group is under 18 people, have you thought about a limo hire party? A limo ride is no longer just for the rich and famous - you can hire luxury transport for your hen party. A chauffeur will pick you up and drive you round for as long as you want or take you straight to your destination, while you enjoy champagne on the way.
For larger groups…
Hen parties are often cheaper with large groups, since many activities offer discounts that are unavailable to smaller ones. However, they are much more difficult to organise.
There are some activities that work brilliantly with larger groups though. Here are a few examples to consider below:
Cocktail or dinner party
Is your group very large and difficult to handle? Have you thought about a cocktail or dinner party to keep them all under one roof! Better yet, you could arrange a cocktail making class – where you all can learn how to make the perfect cocktail.
Do you want to do something a bit different? Want to keep your large group in check. Why not try taking a class. There’s so much choice here that I don’t know where to start, but there’s everything for cocktail mixing and chocolate making, to cheerleading and burlesque dancing lessons.
Day classes make for a hilarious hen party activity and one that your guests won’t forget in a hurry.
This is exactly as it sounds - board the boat for a fun ride, a drink or two and some fantastic entertainment.
Choose wisely and you’ll get a DJ and a fantastic atmosphere – a great way to spend some of your weekend.
Whether you are in a large or small group, think about a meal, followed by pubs, bars and clubs.
It doesn’t really matter on the size of your group, since this activity is suitable for all. If you are in a large group, don’t forget to try to for a discount.
Start the evening with a delicious meal in the restaurant of your choice, and a few cocktails to get you ready for the main activity.
And, of course, hire a luxury limo to take you from place to place so you feel like a celebrity and you can drink champagne on the way.