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A hen party is a big deal nowadays. You want to be able to send off your friend in the best way possible. You want her and the guests all to have fun and sop picking what you want to do.
While it may seem an easy connection for a name like Hen to be a female version of Stag, there may be more to it than that.
Our look into weddings continues this week as we have an exclusive interview with Matthew Oliver wedding planners. Weddings have grown into a fully-fledged industry worth billions globally.
Now the typical time between a hen and wedding is one month. There are plenty of variables to this however.
So you have had your epic hen party but are now looking down the barrel of stress and debt that can only come from a modern wedding, but do they always have to be so god darn expensive?
Flowers are an integral part of the wedding. It can create the right atmosphere, and also provide a nice accent to a theme. Flowers also play vital roles in the wedding ceremony so it is important to get it right.
Not too long ago we conducted a survey asking all you lovely hens, what would you pack in your ultimate survival kit?
With the fun that can be had on hen party’s these days, it can be easy to forget the potential dangers that some activities will have. Insurance is a great way to give yourself peace of mind and enjoy your weekend.
Wedding receptions are becoming more expensive an lavish by the year. What can make them extra special and appealing to the guests is a bar on site. Dancing and romance is all well and good but if you can’t get good drinks what is the point!