Top hen party games that your girls will love

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Whether you’re the bride to be or the maid of honour, planning an unforgettable hen night is a must. You have to assemble the girls, plan activities and arrange a venue in order to make sure that it becomes a party to remember for all involved. Playing games is one way to keep the fun flowing throughout the night, so here are some ideas of what you could do to make your party giggle.

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Question game

This popular game involves asking the groom several questions about himself. These questions are then presented to the soon to be bride to see how well she knows her future hubby. Get the answers wrong and she has to complete a dare, so be as naughty or as nice as you wish with your suggestions.

Banned words

Before the night begins, you must compile a list of words that are not allowed to be spoken throughout the party. If anyone says any of these words, then they must take a shot, or be at the mercy of a punishment thought up by the group. If you’re lucky enough to have an event taking place nearby, you could get the bride involved like this group did: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/rio-2016-dan-walker-bbc-olympic-broadcast-hen-party-copcabana-beach-a7190406.html.

Physical games

If you want the party to be more active, you could always look at rodeo bull manufacturers, who will hire equipment out for a guaranteed giggle. You can see what’s available at http://www.gsrodeobulls.com/, but be sure that your party knows that wearing a mini dress is probably not a good idea.

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Balloon games

There are several games involving balloons, but one of the best includes getting everyone to think up some embarrassing questions to be placed inside a balloon. Throughout the night, the guests should pop a balloon and get the soon to be bride to answer. If she’s too embarrassed then, you guessed it, she has to complete a dare of your choosing. Balloons could also be used for Pass the Balloon, in which two teams have to pass a balloon to each other between their knees. The first team to pass it to the end is the winner, but if the balloon is dropped then you must start again.

Whatever type of hen party you choose, adding games into the mix is a sure way to get the party going.

Written by Alex

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