Hen and Stag Do Trends: Share Your Views in Our Survey

Posted 04-07-2019 by Sally Guillaume

What are you looking for from your hen or stag do in the modern era? That’s what we want to find out in our new survey.

 On the face of it, a lot has changed about marriage, weddings and everything else that comes with it in recent years – including hen and stag dos. Couples typically get married at an older age – with the average age of a bride being 30 while for a groom it is 32 – which may be one reason hen and stag dos have developed in recent years from a one-night pub do to longer holidays. Trends such as adventure based activities, healthy hens and mindfulness breaks have also taken off.

 On top of this, the rules around all-male and all-female hen and stag dos have also changed, while some couples are even opting to have a joint ‘sten do’.

 So what are most modern day couples really wanting from their hen and stag dos in 2019 and 2020? In our survey we want to hear your opinions – from who you will invite to where you will go and what activities you want included.

WIN A FREE PLACE FOR A STAG OR HEN on a summer activity stag or hen weekend or a winter stag or hen weekend by helping us find out.

Share your thoughts with us by filling out the form below to help us formulate our new report on hen and stag trends, and allow us to develop the best hen and stag offerings for brides and grooms to be.

 We can’t wait to hear your thoughts!

We will select a lucky participant at random from everyone who filled out the survey to offer them a free place on a stag or hen weekend in the Alps. Offer is subject to a minimum booking with 6 people. Results will be published on 31 December 2019.



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