How to have a socially-distanced hen party
With the rules relaxing to allow for weddings of up to 30 to take place again, brides and maids-of-honour are thinking about planning last-minute hen parties in 2020. But how will social-distancing affect their plans? And what does the future of hen party planning look like in 2021 and beyond?
How to plan a microhen party in 2021
Hen parties seem to get bigger and flashier every year, but bigger doesn’t always mean better when it comes to a hen do. As COVID rages on, the duo behind bespoke hen do planning service Feste have seen a rise in micro weddings – and as a result, micro hen dos. More intimate, more flexible and ultimately less stress...
Rise of the 'micro hen party' and how to do it in style
All our brides have said that the micro hen do created a more intimate experience,” says Tombs. “They were able to have just their very best friends.” Christie agrees: “Hen dos were just getting bigger and bigger – it was almost a bit excessive...Now, it’s quite nice that you can be very selective and people can’t judge you for it.