Looking for some fun ideas for a hens shindig in Sydney? Have no fear, HOORAY! is here!
We’ve hunted down our favourite ideas from right across the city to inspire you and your posse.
Whether you’re after a night to let your creativity run wild or are looking to sit back and enjoy a pamper session, there’s an idea for every bride tribe vibe.
Photography: Shae Estella Photography
1. GET CREATIVE WITH AN ALCOHOL AND ART CLASS
Before you even start doubting your drawing abilities, DON’T. This hens party idea requires absolutely no artistic talent at all. Just book in for a session, round up the bridal entourage and bring your own bubbly to enjoy an afternoon of painting and sipping.
2. IGNITE YOUR INNER BEYONCÉ WITH A DANCE CLASS
Whether it’s shaking your hips like an Egyptian Goddess, moving to the rhythm of a Pacific Island Princess or getting into formation with Beyoncé, you and your gal pals are sure to have a fun hens party at a dance class before the groom puts a ring on it.
Plus, you will look A-MAZ-ING on the dancefloor at the reception in sequence with your choreographed routine. Total flash-mob vibes!
3. SET SAIL AROUND SYDNEY HARBOUR
This idea is all about the mantra ‘treat yo’ self!’
Enjoy drinks and nibbles abroad a luxury yacht with your faves, whilst taking in the scenic views of Sydney Harbour. This option is perfect for those who don’t mind splurging a little more for a sophisticated afternoon that is literally effortless to organise because companies like Hens Party Cruises do it for you.
4. HAVE AN ELECTRIC NIGHT WITH RETROSWEAT
Retrosweat is all about having a fabulous time with your friends whilst getting the heart pumping!
Get physical with this 80s freestyle aerobic workout to classic pop hits, which are sure to get you feeling funky and fresh. Oh! and who could forget – cool-down cocktails included. Sounds like a treat!
5. CREATE YOUR OWN CEREMONY FLOWER CROWN
Get creative making gorgeous flower crowns with the girls. You not only make a take-home flower crown (perfect for last minute finishing touches for bridesmaid’s outfits!), but also snack on delicious food and beverages.
This is also a chance to get some fun professional snaps of you and your friends looking like boho queens in your crowns. #doitforthegram
6. PERFECT YOUR OWN PERFUME SCENT
Let’s get science-y for a sec. I’m sure you’ve all smelt something before that’s triggered serious nostalgic memories and perhaps didn’t know why. Well, this happens because the Olfactory Bulb, attached to the nasal cavity, connects to the part of your brain handling memory and emotion – sparking these vivid memories.
What better way than to remember your wedding by creating your own scent, complete with a personalised bottle?
7. HIT UP A HENS TREASURE HUNT
It’s fun to release your inner child sometimes—and a hen’s treasure hunt sounds like another great opportunity to do so. With lots of different personalities and interests to suit, a treasure hunt could be just what you’re looking for. Laughter and excitement with some good, cheeky, girly fun! It’s a yes from us!
8. GO GLAMPING WITH THE GALS
For something a little more on the adventurous side, why not a weekend getaway to Lane Cove National Park?
Immerse yourself in nature with kayaking, bushwalking and a wildlife tour, or chill out and relax sipping fine wine and eating delicious food underneath the stars.
9. ROAR AND SNORE AT THE ZOO
This hens party idea is seriously TO-DIE-FOR for any animal lover. Not only are there all too cute animal encounters, night safaris and delicious food, but guests fall asleep under the dazzling city lights of Sydney.
10. HENS PAMPER SESH
It wouldn’t be a hen’s party ideas list without a pamper party suggestion. Just to kick back and relax with your favourite people before the big day sounds very much needed.
Alternatively, you could also make a day of it with another activity, a movie night or hitting the town later on. The possibilities are endless.
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