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The Perfect Hen Party table spread

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The perfect Hen Party table spread boasts a beautiful aesthetic and a mountain of yummy treats. To achieve this gorgeous focal point for your guests to gather around for both the food and atmosphere, check out our suggestions.
The secret to the perfect Hen Party table spread is in the size of the nibbles. Make your gorgeous table spread all about the entrées. Your gal pals want to prance around, chat to one another and clink glasses of prosecco. Having to carve a piece off a full rotisserie chicken for their plate will get in the way of this. Opt for pre-cut chicken wings.

Think many, many small bowls and plates with grapes, canapés, salmon parcels, cheese and anything bite-sized. Bonus points for tasty little treats that can be easily picked up or popped into one's mouth via cocktail stick. (This will save on the clean up too!) Maybe forego the crisps and chocolate akin to Halloween and children’s birthday parties to maintain a sense of sophistication.
Create a focal point that your hens can gather under. Some lively bunting or a glorious balloon arch should do the trick! Work within a colour scheme and introduce some tasteful metallics to achieve that trendy, party vibe. Having a large decorative cake in the centre of the table is a way to make a bold statement.

People generally won’t approach this until near the end but do have some beautiful little napkins ready for when they do. Candles or tea lights dotted around the table create a cosy, twinkly aesthetic - but if you are going for candles, make sure they are unscented so as not to interfere with the flavour of the food.
So put together a table spread that is so gorge that it could be photographed! You friends will be posting pics of this beauty on social media for sure.
No hen party table spread would be complete without a few cocktails! Check out this cocktail making class here.
Kate Hyde
Kate Hyde
Kate, originally from Cork, founded in 2008 in her spare bedroom in Waterford. Since then, the company has grown to 6 websites in our group across 4 countries. Kate is an expert on hen party and stag party planning and organisation and is even the author of a book on the topic - “How to Hen Party - the Essential Guide” (Currach Press).
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