The Top Hen Party Trends of 2023

The Top Hen Party Trends of 2023

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By now the WhatsApp group is bound to be in full swing, with message after message pinging over the plans for the hen party.

From Prosecco, pornstar martinis to hen party games.

However, some most definitely do – with trends changing more often than the bride on her big day.

And in 2023, there are some major trends set to dominate every hen party held over the coming months.


A hen do is no longer just buckets full of bubbles.

Activities are now just as integral to the weekend as cocktails and ‘L plates’, with a big current drive towards shared experiences that are a bit more leftfield – and also looks great on the ‘gram.

Arty group activities are particularly in vogue this summer.

Party experts Last Night of Freedom say they are taking tons of bookings for Flower Crown Workshops, with Etsy-inspired groups seeking stuff that’s increasingly crafty.

And even the more low-brow activities – like staring at a bloke’s bits for a bit – have had a fresh lick of paint. Rather than gawping at a stripper, hens are instead sketching a naked fella with the Nude Life Drawing class which is the most booked activity in a ton of big destinations this season.

However, dance classes will still ‘twerk’ some beating when it comes to the perfect group activity.

Be it Britney, burlesque or Beyonce, Sashay Dance has established itself as the Queen Bee of hen party dance class providers, having established a reputation for offering fast, fun and funky sessions in every corner of the UK.  Their unique Scottish Highland hen party dance classes are taking over Scotland and with new themes such as RuPaul, Line Dancing and Six the Musical they are certainly keeping bang on trend.


Like a pair of 501s, some things never go out of style – and that includes certain hen party destinations.

Newcastle and Liverpool have, for years now, towered above the rest when it comes to finding the perfect place in the UK to party.

However, there are some definite new kids on the block that are fast emerging as must-visit spots – especially for bridal parties where money is no object.

Dubai has soared in popularity in recent years, with groups going for longer – and generally not thinking twice about the cost – with the appeal of all-year round sunshine coupled with the city’s definite wow factor fuelling demand.

For groups seeking to stray from the norm – and stay slightly closer to home – Valencia and Lisbon are rapidly becoming highly-fashionable alternatives for brides-to-be seeking some style and sunshine.

But it isn’t all ultra-chic destinations that are making waves this year – the Cost-of-Living crisis is pushing up demand for more budget-friendly options and many hen parties are choosing to celebrate in the amazing cities we have here in the UK.


1967 was the ‘Summer of Love’ – and 2023 is the summer of the personalised hen party accessory.

Customizing your props is the rage this year, with Last Night of Freedom offering everything from personalised wine labels to personalised penis pinatas (try saying that after a few glasses of Malbec).

The most popular new item? A personalised mini straw groom customised with his face – and a little straw willy popping out.

But it isn’t just silly willies that are making it into bachelorette shopping carts this season – rose gold goodies remain popular, with Ginger Ray the trendiest brand.

We hope you’ve enjoyed our hen party blog on what’s trending for 2023!  For more information about our fun themed hen party dance classes available across the UK follow this link.



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