Here are some questions ;
Have you ever read the book “Memoirs of a Geisha”?
Is “Memoirs of a Geisha” one of your favourite books?
Are you fascinated by kimono?
You”ve been to Japan and loved it.
Do you want to go and visit Japan one day?
Do you like cultural experiences?
Do you like fashion and dressing up?
Are you looking for a bonding experience for your hen party?
If you answered YES to one or more of the questions, I guarantee you and your friends will enjoy the kimono hen party.
We make sure making the bride and her friends feel welcomed and bring out the fun interaction by finding each other’s name in Japanese meaning. There are meanings in Japanese Kanji, for instance, If your name is Sarah, It could mean “dish” or “silk gauze”. It’s a fun and unique way to remember everyone’s names and after that you get to experience the rituals of how to sit and hold the brush pen and write it on the paper fan.
A leading psychologist says the mechanics of bonding involve sharing and communication. The sharing of time in doing new things together, will encourage the group to come together and create a strong bond between all ladies present to support the bride in her future life.
Find out more about our kimono party on our hen party page.
If you want to know more about it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07862874583.