Surprise Graphic square

Arts and Craft Hen Party Weekend​

Arts and Craft Hen Party Weekend png
The big day approaching!? Invite your inner circle on art and craft hen party weekend! Perfect if your gang is arty, or just like to relax and try something new. This wholesome, fun and unique weekend is a great way to get creative and make something beautiful for yourself, a loved one or maybe even the bride to be!


Make a trip out of it by booking a gorgeous seaside cottage to stay in for the weekend! Maybe consider one of these luxury self catering options!? Eaglewood Lodge is right by these beautiful mountains! Load up the house with plenty of nibbles and everything you need to get crafty!

What to do?

The list is endless! How about making your own flower crown?! Everyone loves a beautiful flower crown. You can all wear them to the wedding! Perfect for a hen party with loads of classy bridesmaids!
Want to leave the knitting needles at home and travel light? Why not book a professional Art Class! An Art Teacher will come to you and your girls and you can all get super crafty! There are wonderful art teachers all over the country that would be delighted to make this weekend arty and unforgettable! And if you fancy being a little cheeky, why not book a Nude Art Class!
Or, as it is a hen party - why not customise some knickers!? Grab a couple of plain knickers and a hot glue gun along with you and add as many sequins or pom-poms as you like! Maybe one for the bride to be that says ‘Congratulations!’. They might be too fabulous to wear and end up in frames! What a unique way to remember this wonderful experience. This particular activity is also part of our Clonakilty hen party package!
Want to find out more about our packages!? Click here!
Geraldine McGrath
Geraldine is our hen party guru! Calmly ruling the roost and knowing every hen hotspot across Ireland. In her spare time, Geraldine likes to read, walk and spend time with family and friends. She’s also recently been rediscovering her love for cross stitch!
All posts
Back to Blog