The history making hen do

Hen do badges from Not on the  Highstreet
Before this weekend, I’d never been to a hen do. What can I say – I take a ‘quality over quantity’ approach to friends.

So I found myself in the position of my first hen do being one I was helping to organise. Scary stuff!

Me and the other bridesmaids wanted a fairly classy affair, and there was not a plastic willy in site.

Instead of sashes we went for some personalised badges from Not on the Highstreet. They were expensive but they looked so nice and I think they made a lovely little reminder of the day for everyone to keep.


We had a private dining area for our meal and the restaurant kindly put out the decorations I gave them. We had gold bunting, paper straws and lots of gypsophila in milk bottle vases.

Our day time activities were trampolining and cocktail making, followed by a couple of bars before we headed to a club to dance the night away.

It was also the night of the 5,000 metre final in Rio, so we made sure we were back to cheer on Mo! How many people get to watch history being made on their hen do?

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