Hen party invitation ideas

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Hen party invitation ideas
Many brides enjoy hitting the town one more time before saying, "I do." (bride image by cherie from Fotolia.com)

While most brides are excited to enter the state of marriage, many still desire one last hurrah before walking down the aisle. In American tradition, brides-to-be have this fun at a hen party. In English tradition, this night of freedom is called a hen party. If you wish to provide the bride-to-be in your life with an opportunity to cut loose, prepare a hen party for her and her friends. Set the tone for your event before it begins by creating creative hen party invitations.

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L Plate

The L plate is a hen party standard. In English, new drivers' cars are marked with a large red L, which indicates that the operator is a learner. Hen party brides-to-be commonly wear a white placard containing a similar block L. Reflect this tradition in your invite by creating an L Plate Invitation. Simply place a bold, red L on one side of a sheet of card stock. On the other, provide the party details. If sending these cards to Americans who are unfamiliar with this tradition, consider including a note explaining the meaning of the L.

Faux Magazine Cover

British tabloids, like their American counterparts, are commonly on the lookout for celebrities having a raucous time on the town. Poke fun at your bride-to-be by creating an invitation that looks like a magazine cover on which she is featured. Use a computer to re-create the cover of the bride's favourite magazine. Place a humorous picture of the bride on this created cover, and pair it with a headline such as "Bride-to-Be Caught with her Veil Off!" On the reverse of this cover, include party details.

Pretty in Pink

An invitation with a feminine feel that screams "Girls Only" needs a lot of pink. To create this invitation, select a geometric image in shades of pink. If you are unable to find an image that appeals to you in pink, pick a black and white option and recolor it using a publishing or word processing program. Place this image as a watermark on your invitation, and put the party details in a darker shade of pink over it.

Hen Picture

What's a hen party invitation without a picture of a hen? To create this invitation, locate a clip art or photographic image of a hen. Place this image on your invitation card, putting the party information around it. You could swap out the hen's face for a picture of the bride-to-be's. This clever addition will likely induce a chuckle.

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