Looking for ways to surprise your bridal team without breaking the bank? These brilliant party games, decor ideas and keepsakes are just the thing to try at your hen party. Whatever your budget, these top picks will ensure your party is full of fun, laughter and unforgettable memories!

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31 Budget Hen Party Games and Ideas

DIY Hen Party Decorations 


hen party balloons

Instead of buying expensive decorative balloons get some basic colours. Then you can personalise the balloons using a permanent marker to make this staple decoration tailored to your hen party.

hen balloons


If you want a balloon feature why not spell out the bride’s name, her nickname, her name-to-be? You could use these large silver letter balloons.

hot chocolate station
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For a winter time hen party, transport your guests into Snowy Scandinavia with festive trees, cosy blankets, enamel table ware and the most decadent hot chocolate on tap!

photo props

Use some fun hen party props to add some fun to your hen party photos. You could make an area into your very own photo booth!

Homemade bride's chair decoration - 31 Budget Hen Party Games and Ideas

It just isn’t a hen party without a shiny pink bridal sash for the bride-to-be. Surprise her with sashes, banners and letter bunting all which can be made on a budget with a little creativity.

Hen Party Keepsakes

wooden spoons


Ask your guests to write their best piece of advice for married life on a wooden spoon and create your own recipe for a successful marriage. All you need are some inexpensive wooden spoons, a mason jar and a permanent marker for this DIY keepsake.

DIY keepsake


Small bottles of prosecco, spirits or home-made tipples make the perfect party favours. Add personalised tags to thank your hens.

bride to be kit


The perfect pre-wedding gift for any preparing bride-to-be. Create the ultimate wedding survival kit as a gift to her to ensure nothing stands in the way of her perfect day.

kiss frame


Get the girls to give the future Mrs a smooch to remember her hen party. All you need is an empty frame and your favourite shade of lippy.

photo frame


Get the perfect snap for Instagram with your own personalised photo frame for all your hen party pics.


personalised hashtag

For the social media queens just itching to snap and share, hang up this elegant chalkboard personalised with your very own hen party hashtag.



On arrival present your hens with these fun and flirty personalised badges – guaranteed these will get some laughs!

Personalised tags - 31 Budget Hen Party Games and Ideas

Add handmade, personalised tags to nail polish, lipstick or miniature perfume bottles to create the most thoughtful of girly gifts.



Whatever you and the girls get up to, a hen party deserves it’s own hall of fame! Use an instant camera to snap your memories and create a guestbook with a twist. It will be great to look back on in years to come.


date nights

Naughty and nice suggestions please! Ask your hens to write their best date night ideas on a piece of paper and keep in a jam jar for a rainy day.

Hen party games

Bra pong game - 31 Budget Hen Party Games and Ideas

Give the classic game of beer pong a feminine twist for your hen party.

ring hunt


Create your own treasure hunt and let your guests battle it out to see who wins the prize.


paper dresses

The most inexpensive game and quite possibly the most fun! Split into teams of three and use one from each as a mannequin to create the best toilet tissue wedding dress design your bride will EVER see. Will this bride say ‘yes’ to the dress?

outdoor games


If you have the weather on your side, why not play some classic garden games. Space hopper racing is bound to get everyone laughing, make sure you get the camera out.

DIY ring toss


Create your own ring toss for a game everyone can play indoors or outdoors.

Hen party food

Doughnut wedding rings - 31 Budget hen party games and idea

Pimp up your party buffet with these whimsical DIY diamond cutouts and pop the question to your girls!

Coffee bar and cakes - 31 Budget Hen Party Games and Ideas

For the after-party salvation or sophisticated bridal brunch, a fresh coffee bar with an assortment of cakes, pastries and breakfast bakes will re-energise and satisfy all your hen party guests!


canape display

For the food fanatics the perfect canapé display needn’t be expensive and will add the wow factor to your eats! Source an old ladder and some clean wooden floorboard to use as a structure to serve starters, mains and dessert in miniature form.

Hen party drinks


bubbly bar

He’s popped the question, it’s only fitting that you pop the cork on the champers and celebrate with a real treat! If champagne is your tipple of choice, lay out a dedicated bubbly bar with fresh juices, cordials and berries to create your own fruity infusions and adaptions to bucks fizz!



Instead of champagne, why not serve prosecco studded with spirits, cordials and smoothies. Have fun experimenting and creating your own flavours.



For an inexpensive solution for keeping the good stuff chilled during the party fill chunky ice cube trays with blooms and buds for the prettiest booze crates, baths and buckets. Source floristry off cuts or wilted stems – these will be perfectly good for this and will save on the cost of buying fresh flowers.



Satisfy your sweet tooth with candy floss cocktails.

glitter ice


From festival faces to sequin sashes, every bride and hen party loves a little sparkle. For shimmering ice buckets of champers, sprinkle chunky coloured glitter and into filled ice cube trays for the coolest glitter encrusted drinks display.

Homemade juices - 31 Budget Hen Party Games and Ideas

For those who don’t want to drink or fancy a detox, why not make your own alcohol-free juices or punches to serve to guests.

If you LOVE these ideas, you’ll want to check out this must-haves list of more hen party accessories!


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