A Zoom Hen Night!

Zoom Hen Party

Oh my goodness where to start…? This was hilarious!

Sarah’s wonderful sister Claire organised for a group of us to go away to celebrate Sarah’s hen weekend and impending marriage. Of course due to being in lock down the hen weekend and the wedding have both been postponed. And so a little bit of creative planning was required…

Along with Sarah’s fiance Ian, Claire had organised us all to be ready, dressed to party, a glass of bubbles in hand all ready for 7pm on Saturday evening.

The mission: to have a hen party. The difference: it was via Zoom!

We of course had the Mr & Mrs Quiz (she did rather well!) and the Baby Photo Competition! Sarah’s fiance Ian got his own back after a FaceBook Live hair cut courtesy of Sarah earlier that day (now that’s a whole different story!) and became a ‘make up artist’ for the night! Hmmmm… don’t give up your day job Ian!

We had a lot of fun although the Bride to Be didn’t last past 22.15!

Some giggles for you all…

Zoom Hen Party
Zoom Hen Party
Zoom Hen Party
Zoom Hen Party
Zoom Hen Party
Can you guess who is who?!
Zoom Hen Party
Zoom Hen Party

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