High Class Hen Do

When Claudia decided to throw her sister a hen do, a romp in Bristol was not what she had in mind. Instead, she created an elegant twist on an English High Tea.

A wedding is the coming together of two people, usually two very different people with varied backgrounds, but whose love is the basis of the union.

Claudia’s sister would be getting married in their mother’s hometown in Italy the middle of June, so Claudia decided to emphasise the English side of the family with a traditional High Tea for the bridal shower.

Held in their parent’s backyard, Claudia decorated the tables and chairs with ribbons and tulle. Luckily she thought to put up an awning for the harp as we had a fantastic rainstorm during set-up!

The party attendees dined on yummy treats with harp music in the background, wrote notes on traditional English napkins, then retreated to the tent in the yard for reminiscing about their days together and pre-marital advice.

Claudia requested a range of music including some popular pieces (Chasing Cars, All of Me and Thinking Out Loud) along with some Italian favourites such as It’s Now or Never and the love theme from The Godfather.

The party was a huge success and everyone commented on what a beautiful and classy hen do it was.


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"Everyone was very much impressed with the music, especially as it was the first time many of them had seen a live harpist." Officer Patrick Mulligan
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