Red7, July 15, 2010
Throughout time, pre-wedding celebrations have remained somewhat a secret from those not directly involved with the parties. No more so, thanÂ between the Bride and Groom-to-be in question, on their respective Hen and Stag do’s. Keith White said “Men live by the stag rule ‘what happens on tour’, and women pretty much pretend they are sweet and innocent, when really they are probably worse than their other halves.”
Redseven, The UKâ€™s leading Hen and Stag company recently conducted a survey with their bridal customers to find out what they really wanted to do before they got married, on their infamous Hen night.
Top 10 Things Brides want to try before they get married.
Keith White, the MarketingÂ Â Manager at Redseven said â€śThe main purpose of the survey was to get Brides to demonstrate that their pre-wedding party was actually more adventurous than their Grooms. The results? Well, they certainly have more imagination.â€ť
Some of the replies were not printable for such a family friendly audience, so we shall brush those to the side. Otherâ€™s wanted somethingâ€™s that seemed so out of place, yet perfectly suited to the Hen Weekend.
Some wanted something totally different for their hen night, to guarantee that it stood out from all the other hen weekends their friends might attend in the future. Salsa classes, orbing and sky diving were mentioned, as were perfume making and haunted houses.
The most popular alternative choices were Medieval banquets in the Tower of London, and nude life drawing classes with a handsome male model and a room full of grown up giggling school girls.
Redseven listened to what their customers wanted, and now have 100â€™s of new extraordinary experiences that your friends be dying to try out for their hen weekends
www.redsevenleisure.co.uk,Â 0800 970 2744