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Date: 08/06/2012

Hen party travel insurance

Taking the plunge and getting married will – hopefully! – be one of the happiest days of your life. However, getting everything organised and planned down to the very last detail can be stressful.
A hen night gives the bride the opportunity to sit back and relax and enjoy the company of the girls.

Boozy trips to Blackpool are one of the more traditional ways to spend a hen weekend but if you don't fancy overdoing the booze, there's lots of other ways you can chill out and celebrate your impending nuptials.

Going out on the town can be fun but by saving money on taxis you might be able to afford a more luxurious night at home. Hiring a professional chef to come and cook you and your girlies a sumptuous meal can be an alternative way to treat yourself and relax ahead of the big day. And if there's money left in the kitty, you could always arrange for it to be served by a semi-naked butler....

If you want to celebrate in a different environment, spending the day having a girlie makeover and then a photo session is a great way to mark the occasion - and you will even have souvenirs of the fun you had.

If your budget stretches to a weekend away, taking a trip to Brussels needn't break the bank and means you could enjoy a wonderful session with a master chocolatier before enjoying an evening out on the tiles.

Hens with more money to spare could enjoy the ultimate girlie weekend, with a shopping trip to New York and taking in a Broadway show. Strutting down Park Avenue like the British equivalent to Sex in the City is certain to make any bride to be feel like a million dollars.

If you do opt to go away for your celebrations, make sure you take out hen party travel insurance, just in case the worst happens.

And one final tip from those wise brides that have been there and done it - give yourself plenty of time to recover before the wedding takes place....