Monday, 2 July 2018

My First Hen Do




Over the past couple of months, I have been planning a hen do for a friend of mine who is getting married this summer. It has been exciting and nerve-wracking as I've had never attended a hen do before let alone planned one.  We spent the day at Stapleford Park in Melton Mowbray, beginning with an afternoon tea in the Harborough Room. I had bought decorations from Ginger Ray on Amazon who do an incredible range of team bride decorations allowing you to keep everything to a theme and so I arrived early in order to set up the room. I had also printed off different activities for us to do whilst we were having afternoon tea and made goodie bags for all of the other hens with a few small bits.  The room looked lovely and the decorations were incredible. 






Once the afternoon tea was over a few of us left for our treatments at the spa. I choose a back massage, I'd never had one before but knew it would help me relax after the stress of final year. There were other treatments that we could choose such as head massages and nail treatments. Everyone felt thoroughly relaxed after their treatments and slightly sleepy. Mine started off painful with the number of knots I had in my back but I left the room feeling relaxed and lighter.  

After our treatments, we spent the rest of our time alternating between the pool, steam room, and jacuzzi. Before heading to pizza express for a meal. Stapleford Park was beautiful and makes a lovely wedding venue (we happened to see members of one whilst we were there.) The staff was all very friendly and polite making us all feel very welcome something which helped to make the day an even better one.


Overall the day was an enjoyable one and the bride to be had a great time which was the most important thing. 




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