How To: Virtual Hen-Do

15 / Jun / 2020 - Category: News

For those of you wanting to cheer up a 2020 bride-to-be whilst sticking to the social distancing guidelines, we have listed some superb lockdown hen party ideas you can do via video chat!


1. Dress up!

We’re sure that most hens will be looking for an excuse to switch out the lounge-wear for full glam attire! Plus, you can get everyone in the (virtual) party spirit and chuckling with some classic hen party accessories. Here are some great party dress-up packs which each hen can order and a special bridal pack for the bride-to-be. Recreate the photo booth by snapping screenshots to capture those priceless virtual moments. 


2. Lift everyone’s SPIRITS!

Alcohol miniatures are not just a cute stocking filler now, but also the perfect way to conduct a virtual gin tasting session with your pals! Order a selection of miniature spirits for the hens and share your favourite cocktail recipes.  


3. Games, games and more games!

You can easily play most of the classic hen party games via video chat. An all-time favourite, “What Did The Groom Say About His Bride” can still be played and what’s better is that he will be there to see the bride-to-be’s reaction! Other classic hen do games like “Truth or Dare”, “Never Have I Ever” and “Guess The Tune” will get everyone in the hen-do spirit. 


4. Take it easy with a takeaway

Why not make it a pizza party? Surprise your hen with food delivered straight to her door. Delivery services like Domino’s, Deliveroo and UberEats are all still safely operating in many locations! 


5. Turn it up LOUD!

Create a special playlist that you and the hens can join in with and dance to! Collate the best party anthems that will get everyone dancing around in their living rooms. It’s so easy to create and share via Spotify, take a look how by clicking here


6. Make it a quiz about the BRIDE!

Nothing will make your bride feel more special with a themed quiz that’s all about her! It’s a lovely way to reminisce all the good times you’ve shared together. It’s also a great ice-breaker for hens who may not know each other that well.