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Hen's Night Party Games

A hen's night, sometimes also called a bachelorette party, is a night of fun and games typically put on by the maid or matron of honour. Most hen's night party games feature the bride-to-be acting immensely salacious or silly. Hen's nights are the female counterpart of a stag party of bachelor party, and often employ traditionally feminine themes.

Fill-in-the-Blank Hen's Night Party Games

The best party games for a hen's night often feature the bride, and there are many fill-in-the-blank hen's night games which allow the bride to fill in her own questions or information for a fun and personalised twist. These games can range from custom bingo cards to question-and-answer games and even daring games. When filling out the spaces for these games, take care to write clearly and boldly. These games are perfect for this special girl's night at home.

G-Rated Hen's Night Party Games

There are many fun G-rated hen's night party games that are fun for groups of bridesmaids and other wedding attendees. Card games and guessing games testing who knows the bride-to-be best are popular. There are many 'design your own' game packages available which allow the bride to pre-format game cards with information about herself or with questions to ask the partygoers.

Saucy Hen's Night Party Games

Many hen's night games tend to run very saucy. These can include poster games like 'Pin the Hose on the Fireman' and explicit ring toss games, as well as dice and card games covering similar subject matters. Make the night even more interesting by passing out hen's night party favours to the game winners.

Additional Hen's Night Party Supplies

Party games aren't all you need for a magnificent hen's night. Hen's night party supplies often include specially themed shirts, washable tattoos, balloons, banners, and more. Try to gauge which supplies to collect based on how long the party may last at home as compared to out on the town, as well as the number of attendees.

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