Hey guys, Samina here! I’m sorry about the radio silence, I’ve been moving house and getting the new office set up. Moving houses is always a challenge. But I’m coming to you from my beautiful new back yard, and I can confirm that all the work was well worth it. I hope you have all enjoyed isolation. More importantly, I hope you’ve taken this time to practice some self-care in the form of daily isolation cocktails! I know I have.
 
It’s been a strange year so far, but we’re all so lucky to be able to be slowly returning to some semblance of normalcy. And this means we have great news; we’re officially back up and running! All of us at Hens Party Adelaide have genuinely missed partying with you lot. I get regular texts from our guys saying “when can we go back to work, we miss parties”. We miss all the hilarious antics, cheeky comments, touching friendship moments and more. So, we’re super-duper excited to be able to get back to all that!
 
We feel for all the brides out there that had their weddings planned during isolation. However, the upside is that a huge gathering of all your friends and family will just be that much sweeter now. It also means that you can go that much harder at your hens night, we all deserve it. Now that we’re all ready to get back to partying, let’s go over what the future looks like.
 

We will begin hosting hens’ parties as of today!

But, there are a few caveats that we need to keep in mind to make sure that our staff and you are safe. According to government restrictions, we have the green light to go ahead with parties. However, there is a density requirement of one person per four square metres. Any venues, whether they be ours or yours, will need to be checked to ensure they align with these regulations. For venues where there is only one function room, there will be a maximum of 20 guests allowed to be there. For venues that have multiple rooms, for example, homes, there is a limit of 80 people. In this case, we will still need to ensure that there is one person per four square meters.
 
We request that guests regularly washing hands/using sanitiser and wearing face masks. If we host your party at one of our venues we will ensure that the space is well cleaned and sanitised before you arrive.
 
We’ve all really missed that special thing that makes us human: connection with one another. However, we must remember that for your safety and ours we can’t get complacent with our behaviour. Anyway, time to dust off those outrageous party dresses that have been neglected for too long. Lets pop a bottle of bubbly and celebrate the return of some semblance of normalcy!
 
If you have any concerns about your safety at our events please contact us. We will do everything we can to make sure you and our staff are safe and healthy!