Take your celebration to the next level with the hottest hen party accessories for 2023.
Here at GoHen, we sat down with our friends at Team Hen – the UK’s leading hen party accessory suppliers – who talked us through the latest and greatest trends for this year.
Check them out below and don’t forget to stock up ASAP!
This is Danielle Kendall, she is the Director and creative mind behind TeamHen.
Q1) What are the hottest hen party accessory trends for 2023?
Retro glam is the current trend we’re seeing across hen party accessories – from glitter ball tumblers and retro heart sunnies to cute jelly bags and velvet scrunchies.
‘90s girls, eat your heart out!
Q2) Have you seen any new trends emerge this year?
Our drink pouches have taken off this year!
They come complete with a matching lanyard which enables them to be worn around your neck – perfect for keeping track of your drink whilst talking, dancing or playing games.
Buy your hen party drinks pouches now!
Q3) Have you seen any new themes appear?
This is undoubtedly the year of the ‘Last Disco’.
Anything goes in this ‘90s-inspired theme; think retro glam, glitter balls and oversized sequins.
Add a pair of cowboy boots for the ultimate last disco chic and soundtrack your evening to Dolly Parton remixes.
Q4) What are some of your favourite accessories?
It’s the little things for me that make the hen party extra special.
Our hangover kits make a great treat to leave on your girls’ beds and they are filled with our best-selling items such as lip balms, nail files and hair ties.
Our retro jelly bags are also a firm favourite this year as they are so versatile and can be filled with anything you like.
They look great in pictures, better in real life and can be reused over and over!
Buy your retro jelly bags and your hangover kits now!
Q5) If you were planning a hen party this year, what vibe would you go for?
For me, it has to be a UK weekend away – in a large hen party house complete with games room and hot tub.
Decorations-wise, we’d go for glam foil curtains and disco ball balloons. The hen party jelly bags would be lined up on the large dining table, complete with retro sunnies and matching t-shirts.
We’d start with a chilled pyjama party on the Friday night, with a gorgeous grazing table setup, some pamper accessories, such as face and hair masks, and maybe even some treatments to ease us into the weekend.
On the Saturday, we’d take part in a school sports day type activities or dance class – maybe even both!
The Saturday night we would venture to a fun late bar, get dressed to the nines and dance the night away!