Your Free Essential Bachelorette Party Survival Guide

Your Essential Bachelorette or Hen Party Survival Guide. Everything You Need to Know to Plan Infographic. Black and White Events in Ireland.

When it comes to bachelorette or hen parties, as they are called on the other side of the pond, there’s a lot to consider. That’s why we were thrilled when our friends at Black and White Events created this amazing infographic to share with us.

As you’ll see, our gal pals in Ireland and Britain enjoy a night out with their bride-to-be in quite the same fashion as we do with American bachelorette parties. And why not? It’s the last night of single life for your bride, so it should be celebrated in style. The tips on this infographic will help you keep things running smoothly and ensure a fun night for the bride and all the guests, or as they say hens! (isn’t that adorable!?)

Your Essential Bachelorette or Hen Party Survival Guide. Everything You Need to Know to Plan Infographic. Black and White Events Ireland.

Remembering to keep guests involved, and working within everyone’s budget, are crucial parts to a successful bachelorette or hen party. It also helps to decide early if there will be a theme, make reservations for restaurants and clubs ahead of time, and if you start feeling stressed remind yourself to keep it simple! Everyone is there to have a good time and probably won’t remember the finer details that you, as the organizer, are stressing over.

Honestly, it’s as simple as this: if you and the other bridesmaids have truly given it your best effort, the bride will have an amazing night no matter what happens. So don’t forget to enjoy yourself when the festivities begins. After all that planning you sure do deserve it!


What do you think about this infographic? Anything we missed? Share with us in the comments.


This infographic was created by Black and White Events

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