From hen party bars and clubs to more laid-back spaces, our selection of the city’s top hen party venues guarantees a cheeky girls' night out on the town. A hen do or bachelorette party is all about amping up the fun as well as giving the bride-to-be a chance to get together with her closest friends before she says ‘I do’. And what better place to host a hen night than vibrant London where it’s party central 24/7?
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Organising a hen do in London but aren’t quite sure where to start? Don’t stress. Here at Tagvenue we’ve rounded up the city’s best hen party venues, from luxurious lofts to next-level cocktail bars and affordable pubs and restaurants. So what are you waiting for? Check out our selection of London’s most popular hen party venues and you’ll be dancing alongside your besties (with bubbly in hand) in no time.
Popular hen party venue ideas:
Hen party bus (check out London’s world-famous landmarks while feeling like a VIP in a fully decked-out party bus)
Cocktail bars (hire a master mixologist for a classy hen do)
1950s themed champagne afternoon tea (mismatched vintage teacups and pretty cakes are perfect for a bride with a retro fixation)
Hen party boat cruise along the Thames (there’s no better backdrop than the capital itself for a chic cocktail party)
Clubbing (make the bride feel like a true A-lister by hiring a private room in one of London’s hottest clubs or hen party bars)
Usually arranged by the maid of honour, hen dos are often more personal and intimate than stag nights. Want to plan a stress-free hen party but aren’t quite sure where to start? These tips and tricks will help you pull off a perfect night:
Ask the bride-to-be what she has in mind and who she’d like to be there (does she want a big booze-filled bash or a relaxed luncheon?).
Set a budget and ask the bridesmaids to chip in equally (your budget should be realistic while still showing that you’re making a special effort for the bride-to-be).
Decide whether you want to set a theme or make it fancy dress, and don’t be afraid to think outside the box.
Set a date a couple of weeks before the wedding and give invitees plenty of advance notice.
Think about the location as well as the type of venue you need (are you looking for a comedy club, cabaret lounge or nightclub?).
Plan activities, games or dares that will appeal to the entire group.
Organise taxis or minibuses to take the group from one location to another.
Add a personal touch (organise personalised hen party t-shirts with nicknames, serve the bride-to-be’s go-to cocktail or ask the DJ to play her favourite song).
Provide each of the hens with a survival kit for a fun variation on the traditional party favour.
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