Hello hello, how are you all doing? How incredible is this glorious heatwave! I am truly loving it and hope you are too.
Today's blog post is about my magical hen-do weekend which took place last month and was one of the best weekends ever! It was truly such a beautiful weekend spent with the most special ladies in all the land. I felt very special and very lucky to have such wonderful ladies in my life who really spoilt me rotten. Today's post is specifically how my incredible sister and bridesmaids set to work at planning the whole thing. I think planning something as special as a hen-do takes a heck load of time and love but throw in a pandemic and my goodness, do things get tough! My girlies absolutely smashed it though, they threw me a party that was so unbelievably right for me and it was so so gorgeous to feel like every decision they made had me at the heart of it.
Friday was spent at the spa with my three best friends, where I was treated to fizz and catch ups in the hot tub before a full body massage and a facial and then champagne afternoon tea... PERFECTION!
Then on the Saturday I was told to be ready in my glad-rags for 12pm. The three of them arrived looking absolutely GORGEOUS and we hopped in a taxi into town where I was surprised, not only by tipsy tapas (a bottomless tapas situation... HELLO DREAMY!) but also surprised by more of my loved ones in tow! On separate tables 'cause dems the rules ... But anyway, I'm going to hand this over to my sister Faye (@fellaby) to chat you through the whole planning process.
- Make group chats, and delegate within them!
- Trust your gut!
- Communicate with your bride!
- Plan well in advance!
5. Get creative!
Me again 🙂 Thank you Faye for writing this post and offering your advice and of course for the most awesome hen-do! I hope you enjoyed this post and found/will find it useful with any hen-do's you're lucky enough to be planning for your babes.
Links to what I'm wearing are here for y'all, it was so wonderful to wear white all weekend, something I don't often do!
Lots of love