Hen Night Party Ideas

A Hen Night is a great British tradition. There are many formats to a hen night, the most popular being the hen (bride to be) and a group of friends, hitting the town for a drunken night out. This usually taking place in seaside resort with a night in a hotel or guest house.

More recently we have found that the hen night is being regarded as a more important part of the whole wedding process. There has recently been a massive increase in hen nights taking place in hired houses in either the countryside or a popular town such as Bath, Torquay and York. This tends to be a weekend hire where all the hens can stay in pleasant surroundings with the ability to relax and take part in organised activities.

It seems that a lot of these hen parties are looking at ideas for entertainment at their hired retreats which can be a lot of fun without a massive expense. Something that is entertaining and can be enjoyed by everyone. The ideal solution is DIY KARAOKE, delivered and set up at your home or venue at a time that suits you. This way you have the freedom to use the equipment as and when you want to over the weekend. The equipment is set up and we instruct upon use, which is simple and usually takes about 5 minutes have a look on our website www.hirekaraoke.co.uk

The systems we supply for hen parties are also set up to play normal music tracks and you can even connect an IPAD of other device and have your own disco.


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