Life Drawing for a Hen Party is an unusual but a sophisticated idea. It's also one of the best activities and most unique way's to start your Hen Weekend.
What can be better than relaxing with your best friends, releasing your artistic talents and having a Professional gorgeous nude life model for your party entertainment provided by Artful Hen Parties.
You really don't have to be a keen drawer to enjoy this unique daytime activity; the emphasis is simply on having fun and making the most of your celebrations. Our galleries and example drawings show this is great way for the bride-to-be to celebrate that wonderful transition between being single and happily wed to the love of her life.
So if you are looking for something classy and fun for a hen party idea then this life drawing class is perfect for you. We hold events all over the UK from Leeds to London, Manchester to Newcastle, Birmingham to Liverpool in venues from chic hotels to luxury country retreats. We supply everything you need for your party including an agency represented model.
Please check out our testimonials to see you’ll be talking about your party for years to come.
Our Model is a professional agency represented model. He has modelled for global brands like Coors, GSK, Panadol and also UK based brands like DFS, B&Q and Regatta. Graham has also worked on the TV shows, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks and Prisoners Wives.
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