While COVID-19 restrictions have made it difficult to host a traditional hen party, there are plenty of ways that you can celebrate online. Virtual hen parties are becoming increasingly popular. Video chat apps make it easy to include every bridesmaid and have a celebration from the comforts of home. If you’re looking for virtual party ideas, these are a few great suggestions.

Play Virtual Games

If you were going to play games at your hen party, why not try finding games that everyone can play together online? There are a number of games that are easy to enjoy during a video call, from classic games like truth or dare to scavenger hunts.

Look at the games you were planning on playing at your hen party. From there, see if you can adapt these games so that they can be played online. Playing games online is a great way to bring everyone in your group together. In fact, you might feel like you’re all in the same room together!

Online Cocktail Making Classes

Cocktails are a staple of hen parties. When you take a cocktail making course, you can learn how to make incredible cocktails at home! With online cocktail making classes you can sign up for an online class that will allow you to hone your mixology skills without the need to worry about COVID related cancellations.

When you take an online course, every member of your party will have the chance to follow along as learn from the mixologist hosting the course. All participants will even be sent the ingredients they need to make four cocktails. Classes are typically hosted on Zoom, but can be handled through another video conferencing suite as well. This is a memorable hen party idea that everyone will enjoy.

Dine Together

Dinner and drinks are a great way to celebrate. You and your friends may not be able to visit your favourite restaurant, but you can still enjoy a meal together. You can plan ahead and order takeaway or restaurant kit box from a restaurant you love to eat at. Everyone can aim to enjoy their food at the same time. Naturally, you’ll want to prepare a few drinks that you can enjoy with your food.

Instead of opting for takeaway, you can also prepare food together. You could pick a recipe that everyone can prepare on their own. When it’s time to eat, everyone can share the results of their meal before they start to eat. You can show off your cooking skills or laugh at your mistakes!