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To do Mr and Mrs at a hen do despite brides protestations?

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Passthesaltdear Tue 05-Mar-13 19:12:02

Im arranging a hen do for a BF, she wants a few games but specified NO Mr and Mrs quiz (bah humbug) Personally I love this game and am thinking to go ahead with it regardless...AIBU?
Anyway, I would be very grateful if you could share with me the most hilarious and successful hen game you have played to help me plan a weekend to remember.
I was thinking of providing a few packs of toilet paper and sellotape and getting teams to create a wedding dress on a nominated person out of said materials...what do you think?

plummyjam Tue 05-Mar-13 19:41:57

Email all the hens with 3 questions

1. What was your first memory of the bride
2. What is the most embarrassing thing you've seen the bride do?
3. What do you love most about the bride?

Read out the answers at the hen do and bride has to guess who they belong to. Nice way for hens who might not have met before to get to know each other.

FinallyMrsFC Tue 05-Mar-13 19:43:16

Glad you liked it! I still read mine.

Also, you could make a playlist of all the songs on your iPhone, to be played when you are getting ready/when you get home!

OrangeLily Tue 05-Mar-13 19:49:23

I love hen do games! I'm always gutted if there's none!

The toilet paper one but give them a few more resources like coloured tissue to make flowers, newspaper to make the puffy skirt and so on.

I love Mr and Mrs Quiz but I also like wedding related pictionary too.

The ask the hen questions with the bride guessing is great too.

When the night gets going a bit play Never Have I Ever....

Round in a circle "Never Have I Ever.... Rode an elephant/had a threesome/broken my leg/snogged the best man" . If anyone has ever done it they drink their drink. Passes on to the next person. Is fantastic fun!

Passthesaltdear Tue 05-Mar-13 19:49:25

@Plummyjam Great idea thanks. That's exactly the sort of thing I need, there are 20 of us, most of us don't know each other and spending a weekend together, so we need ice breakers

I'd just watch out on the embarrassing things you've seen the bride do, she might not really want that (I'd hate it). Actually I'd hate it to be about me at all. I'm beginning to remember why I didn't have a hen night <backs out of thread>

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