U Star Novels Press Release
Wow The Bride-To-Be at her Hen's Party with a Saucy Novel
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
There is so much to organise for a hen's party and your mind starts whirling with ideas. Organising an event for a dozen or so girls, many of whom will be used to nights on the town every week, is no easy thing. Some girls don't drink; some love to drink. Most have busy lives, family commitments and some can be so inflexible - Argghhh what to do?
Organising a hen night these days requires some extra effort. A meal at the local pub followed by a glass of wine and then off home isn't going to impress anyone. It needs to be different, it needs to be a bold statement... it needs to be exciting and fun.
There are so many different options for you to consider. You could have a traditional naughty hen's party with male strippers, naughty outfits, and willies galore. Or you could maybe opt for something much more civilized such as a pampering hen's party at Champneys or some other spa hotel. Where you could all enjoy facials, manicures, pedicures, and glam it up for a night on the town.
I recently went to a pole dancing hen's party, which was absolutely hilarious. We had a 2-hour pole-dancing lesson from an ex-dancer, it was not only eye opening, but also great for a bunch of girls to let their inhibitions go and have a good laugh together.
Whatever you decide to do, nothing can be better topped off with some gifts to make the Bride-to-be blush! Instead of the usual; sex toys, naughty lingerie, willy-shaped pasta etc. why not opt for a personalized erotic novel starring the bride with her husband to-be. The books, which are 160-180 pages can be filled with hilarious details you can make up about the wedded couple, such as their pet names for each other, favourite food, jobs (male stripper always creates a laugh) and many more.
Get the Bride-to-be to read out the sauciest part of the novel and you'll have never seen her blush so much! Furthermore, a personalized novel will be a great keepsake of her special day, and something she can enjoy with her new husband, reading it together whilst on honeymoon.