Party Bus Hen Night
It was important to me that my Hen Party would be an awesome event to remember. One of those evenings that goes down in proverbial history, as 'Wow, do you remember Jill's Hen night, wasn't it amazing'. I have a bunch of wonderful girlfriends who I love and appreciate, and I really wanted to enjoy a memorable night with all of them before I took the matrimonial plunge ... so to speak !!! After short listing a number of potential venues, I opted for a double decker Party Bus. I thought that not only would this appeal to my friends of all ages, but mainly give us the opportunity to hold our own exclusive mobile 'party' where we could let our hair down and party the night away...no walking, no queuing and fitting in three exclusive nightclubs in one night. I had a local company print some funky irresistible invitations; basically saying that this was gonna be the 'hen night of the century and definitely not to be missed' ......and all was set.
We started off the evening with a delicious early dinner in a London restaurant. The wine and champagne were soon flowing and my best girlfriend Chrissie added some extra colour and giggles to the evening by bringing along a weird and wonderful collection of adult gifts, novelties, and toys for all the girls.
By the time be boarded the party bus we were all in high spirits. My girlfriends had arranged party balloons and decorations to give an added touch of colour to our travelling party ...and we were on our way. The party bus had an amazing sound system playing a range of music for all our tastes, plus LCD monitors and superb lighting effects . It was not long before we were all singing and dancing our heads off, with the added bonus of a bit of karaoke , which had us all laughing hysterically. The bus took us to the city's premier nightspots and the best bit was that we were fast tracked into all the places... no waiting in the cold with the masses. It was simply brilliant. The crew on the party bus were professional and exceptional fun and really let us concentrate on having a good time. I think it's fair to say that we all drank a little bit too much, but having the bus meant that we all stayed together and no one went astray.
At the end of a truly fun packed evening I thanked my amazing girlfriends with personalised gifts and bid them farewell on minibuses that I had rented beforehand, to either take them home or to the railway station.
It was certainly a fun packed and memorable evening and the best way I can think of to have spent my last hours of freedom as a single woman. Long after the wedding we still haven't stopped laughing about the hen night antics.