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What are you wearing for your hen night?

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Wedding addict

I'll just wear a pretty dress, don't really want strangers knowing it's a Hen Do - it'll be low key: no "bride to be" sash or willy deely-boppers! Although I have instructed my 5-yr old bridesmaid to come up with some dress-up things for my mini afternoon tea Hen Do as she'd not be allowed in the spa for my main one!

New bride

Hi

my hen do has been and gone now and I wore this: thought was bridal without being too obvious:

http://www.asos.com/pgeproduct.aspx?iid=6543159

they have this dress in plain white too. I love the shape - Very flattering! 

Hope this helps!

 

t x

New bride

Oh wow I may have to steal that idea - although I would need a 14 and that's the only size they don't have. Sob! Xxx

Bridezilla

I'm not sure yet about what I'm wearing (probably a nice white dress) but these are my shoes and I can't wait to wear them! 

Bridezilla

I have bought this dress-

Going to have to tell everyone else to wear dresses too so I don't look overdressed! My bridesmaids are more 'jeans and a hoodie' type. Don't want willie head boppers or anything but would like a sash and a veil- will have to drop hints to bms!

~*My planning thread*~

http://www.youandyourwedding.co.uk/forum/your-planning-threads/planning-thread--summer-in-the-cotswolds-2017/418589.html

New bride

Love the shoes littleone and your dress Sammykate! My hen is on the 28th still haven't found anything, want something elegant as everything else at the hen will probably be tacky ha ha x

Wedding addict

I was thinking of something white too maybe a play suit or dress. I've got a weekend in magaluf (we used to work there in the early 2000s) and an all dayer in my home town of Manchester. I think my mates might dress me up in something though so don't know how much the spend on an outfit! 

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