Welcome back to my hen party series! Over the summer, blogger Claire from Lacey in Places blog has been sharing her top tips for planning a hen party (read her first article here), including a downloadable budget spreadsheet and invitation templates (read this planning article here) to make it super-easy to keep track of the hens, the accommodation and activities costs. She has also written about making DIY crafty decorations for the hen party and creating a DIY memory book for the bride . There are lots of useful articles in the hen party series, so check out the links below or click here to see all of the articles in the series.
Today I am sharing a few photos of the lovely hen party tutus that I’ve made during the summer through my fancy dress business www.TutusWingsandPrettyThings.com and I hope to be able to inspire you to create your own hen party costumes!
These are just some of the pretty custom-made tutus that my lovely bride customers have been requesting over the summer hen-party season. I love the purple-and-white theme which incorporates lots of sparkles and sequins! On my website www.TutusWingsandPrettyThings.com you can design your own fairy tutu for the bride and for all the hens, with any colours and fabrics that you like . Tie it in with a fancy dress theme, or create something to match your hen-night t-shirts – simply get in touch with your requirements and your tutus will be custom-made for you and your hens at no extra cost!
Next week, we’ll be discussing hen party fashion looks that you can wear again and again – not just for the hen do! So come back soon and check out the articles below for more hen party inspirations 🙂
More hen party series articles
- Hen party series ~ Planning a vintage hen party (LaceyinPlaces on cassiefairy.com)
- Hen party series ~ Make a personal gift for the bride (cassiefairy.com)
- Hen party series – ideas for fun activities (cassiefairy.com)
- Hen party series ~ ideas for personalising your party (cassiefairy.com)
- Hen parties on a budget ~ 5 essential tips (cassiefairy.com)
- Anyone for afternoon tea? Ideas for a thrifty party (cassiefairy.com)