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Hens Party Games in Sydney

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Hens Games

A hen’s party should be memorable and really fun. It is a chance for the girls to let loose one last time before the hen gets married.

So you’ve organised the party – you have the belly dance instructor arriving at 10pm, you have finger food and cocktails prepared, you’ve sorted your itunes? And still, you feel there’s something missing. There’s some downtime that you have nothing planned for. Well, this is the time for party games.
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Here are 10 suggestions:

Groom Trivia

Trivia games are always fun. Ask the groom some questions about himself and the bride. Example questions include; what was the bride wearing when you meet? Who is the bride’s favourite movie star? What is the brides favourite restaurant? What is the brides favourite “position”?. Read the questions out to the bride, and she must answer the questions in front of everyone. For each question that she gets right, she gets a prize, and for each question she gets wrong, she gets some kind of penalty – she must drink!

I Never…

The rules for this game are simple: Each person at the party admits something they’ve never done. For example, “I never went out with a man with a tattoo.” Anyone who has, has to drink. You are perfectly free to say you’ve never done something that you actually have — as long as you drink anyway!

Hour of Strength

This game is geared toward guests who enjoy a drink. Guests drink a shot of beer every minute or two for an hour (adjust the time accordingly for your particular group). Make sure there is lots of food to soak up the alcohol.

Scavenger Hunts

This game is perfect for a hen’s party at home. It involves dividing your guests into groups and having them hunt for fun party (adult) toys. You can be very creative in where you hide things, and watch your guests’ search. Let your guests keep what they find.

Pin the tail on the donkey (hen’s party style)

Everyone’s heard of Pin the Tail on the Donkey. You are blindfolded, spun around and pointed in the general direction of a picture of the donkey. You then try to pin the detached tail in the right place without seeing. The person closest to the mark wins.

The Hen’s party game version works the same way except substitute a picture of a naked man for a donkey. Guess what’s used for the tail? For a more tamer version try a bride and a bouquet.

There are actual party kits for this game or you can construct one yourself.

Pecka Pinata

What’s more surprising than an extremely large (papier-mache) male member hanging from your ceiling filled with lollies. Every party member can have a go hitting it until the lollies are released.

A Partner for the Night

The ultimate humiliation is handcuffing or attaching a blow-up doll to the bride and forcing her to carry “him” around all night. You could glue a picture of the groom’s face in place of the doll’s.

The Peg Game

Give all members of the hen’s party two pegs. They must place them somewhere conspicuous on their clothing. Choose two words that are the “banned” words for the day (such as “the bride’s name” or “wedding”) and whenever someone says these “banned” words, the person who hears it first can steal a peg from them. Whoever ends up with the most pegs at the end of the day wins a prize!

Advice

This game is perfect for a more reserved hen’s party.

Give all members of the hen’s party a small card. Ask them to write down a piece of advice on the card for the bride – it could be some advice about married life, some advice about life, or some words of wisdom. Collect all the cards and give to the bride to have as a keepsake from her hen’s party. The cards could each be decorated if you are feeling creative.

The Wedding Dress Competition

This game is perfect if you are hosting a hen’s party at home. For this game you will need lots and lots of toilet paper, sticky tape, white crepe paper, silver tinsel, and white garbage bags! Divide the party up into groups of three or four. Each group must design and make a “wedding dress” out of the material provided and dress up one of their team members. Give each team a fifteen minute time limit and let them get creative! After the dresses have been made, have a fashion parade and the group can decide which team gets the prize for best “wedding dress”

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