Home    Subscribe    Contact    Login

Do you buy a gift for a hens party?

by Justine Crowley (follow)
Independent Business Consultant, Doctor, HubGarden Editor and Author/Publisher of four self help books: www.smashwords.com/profile/view/JustineCrowley
Gifts (51)      Party (23)      Hens Party (1)     


do you buy a gift for a hens party, hens party
Stock image - FreeDigitalPhotos.net


It's glorious. You're invited to a hens night, as someone special in your life is about to become a bride. Do you buy a gift for that special someone on their hens night?

#Party
#Gifts
#Hens Party
I like this Question - 7
Ask and answer questions for a share of ad revenue - click here
[ Submit an Answer ]
Top Answers
A gift is always a nice touch, so you don't arrive empty handed. Maybe a quirky novelty gift, plus a bottle of wine.
I agree with all of you. My answer is a yes. When invited to a party, it is nice to go with something.
Trying to remember back 24 years ago, no, I didn't take presents or get presents at the hens party. We went out to a comedy club and had a really good time, everyone paying for their own meal and drinks. But I also had a kitchen tea. I would definitely buy/bring a gift for the kitchen tea or its equivalent (I had a cellar themed kitchen tea - so people brought things like a bottle of wine, wine glasses, tea towels, corkscrew, cheese plate, napkins, placemats from a winery in the Hunter Valley etc). Because really, the main gifts are the wedding gift. The kitchen tea was to help the couple start out with cheaper items needed to set up house with. I was already living with my boyfriend so my maid of honour suggested the cellar tea. However, if there was only the Hens night, and not a tea, then probably I would buy the bride-to-be a drink, or a bottle of bubbly to share, or might have put in with everyone to organise the event.
Probably just something little for the hens night - if they're going to be out clubbing they would probably lose it anyway, so I'd rather wait for the kitchen tea and wedding to give a proper present.
I love buying gifts...so yes I would. ;)
Depending on how close I am to the person, I like to arrange something to be delivered to their house/residence or drop it by myself. This is because I feel awkward giving someone a gift when all we will be doing is getting crazy on the dance floor on the night!
More Questions by Justine Crowley
view all questions by Justine Crowley
Articles by Justine Crowley on Other Hubs
Address: Shop 3, 175 Avenue Road Mosman NSW 2088
7 likes
ID: 7055
Trending Questions
Categories
Health (509)
Life (381)
Parenting (215)
Beauty (141)
Food (653)
Travel (243)
Money (148)
Fitness (60)
Career (58)
Lifestyle (334)
Family (309)
Fun (277)
Children (252)
Home (187)
Shopping (181)
Personal (177)
Cooking (170)
Fashion (139)
Christmas (128)
Animals (115)
Wellbeing (113)
Kids (112)
Social (107)
Work (103)
Holiday (90)
Sleep (88)
Ethics (86)
Clothes (84)
Love (84)
Music (76)
Hobbies (76)
Fruit (71)
Body (69)
Silly (64)
Friends (64)
Advice (63)
Reading (62)
Healthy (58)
Car (54)
Books (54)
Hair (54)
Nature (53)
Movies (53)
Women (53)
School (52)
Safety (52)
Featured on Other Hubs
As well as being a way to create warm garments and rugs, knitting can have health benefits
5 likes
 
Copyright 2012-2017 On Topic Media PTY LTD. ABN 18113479226. mobile version