Virtual Hen Hangouts launched for brides-to-be affected by Coronavirus
31 Mar 2020
If you've had to cancel or postpone your hen party due to Coronavirus, Ladies Who Hen has a solution to ensure the celebrations can still go ahead
Launched in 2017, luxury hen party planning business Ladies Who Hen has been planning, booking and co-ordinating bespoke hen parties in the UK and abroad.
However, in response to the Coronavirus crisis and the news that brides-to-be across the globe are cancelling or postponing both their wedding plans and hen parties, Ladies Who Hen has launched Virtual Hen Hangouts.
Allowing bridal parties to celebrate from afar, the Virtual Hen Parties can be used to connect hens on the day that the event was due to take place via a video hangout platform - such as Zoom.
Hen Hangout Packages are inspired by different personalities and can include a mixture of activities to create a virtual hen party to be remembered. Offerings include:
- Nude life drawing, £15pp
- A live DJ set, £14pp
- Fascinator making, £30pp; nipple tassel making, £28pp; or flower crown creation, £28pp, featuring DIY craft kits to be delivered to each hen's home.
- Afternoon tea, £22pp, featuring boxes of sweet treats such as tarts, scones and cakes to be delivered directly to each hen.
- A yoga class, £8pp
More suppliers and activities are being added every day, with virtual dance classes and gin and tonic tasting activities in the pipeline.
Kate Garmon-Jones, founder of Ladies Who Hen, says: “We know this is such a traumatic time for all brides who had imminent weddings and hen parties planned. We are therefore delighted to be able to offer Virtual Hen Hangouts and bring hen parties to your homes, albeit virtually. The party must still go on! If anything, it’s a wonderful excuse to mark the occasion, get together with your nearest and dearest and have a giggle."
For more information, visit ladieswhohen.com.