A Sprinkling of Wellness – 5 Easy Top Tips for a Healthier Hen Weekend!
Whilst a completely healthy hen weekend is becoming an increasingly popular choice for bride’s everywhere, it may not be everyone’s cup of tea.
If you’re still wanting to include treats throughout your weekend, we’ve compiled a – quick fire top 10 list of how to add a ‘Sprinkling of Wellness’ into your weekend without too much effort!
1.Keeping up the H20
Stave off the hangovers and keep everyone hydrated throughout the hen by keeping the water flowing throughout the weekend!
When you’re dashing from activity to activity, it can be easy to forget to top up, so why not get a water bottle for everyone at the start of the hen? You could even get some gorgeous personalised designs. Makes a change from a personalised T-Shirts!
2.Clocking Up The Steps
Whilst most hen’s go for taxi’s to get from activity to activity, you can save some pennies, hassle and often time by walking from place to place.
Not only will this keep you active, but it saves the stress of late taxi’s and getting stuck in traffic, so can actually make organising the timings for a hen weekend a whole lot easier
3. Hitting The Dance-Floor!
Whether it’s at the club, or in one of our hen party dance experiences, having a boogie with your besties can be the perfect way to get active on a hen weekend.
So jump in and start throwing some shapes on the dance-floor, it’s the perfect way to get giggling and add a dash of health into a hen!
4. Sneaky Smoothies
Having little snacks throughout the afternoon is a brilliant way to stay a little healthier by lining your stomach, keeping energy levels up, and keeping junk food at bay.
Smoothies are the perfect snack to have on the go. You’ll get in one of your five a day, keep your sugar levels up and stave off the urge to grab a processed snack. A smoothie just before a night out could well stop a tipsy trip to the kebab shop at 4 am!
5. Time Your Activities
Whilst an action-packed Sunday morning might seem like a good idea at the time of booking, it might be best to take a step back and think realistically how you might all be feeling at 11 am after a big night out!
It might be a good idea to get the more strenuous activities timetabled for earlier on in the hen when you’re feeling fresh and raring to go. That way everyone will be more inclined to get stuck in, and really enjoy getting active altogether!