Throwing a Casino-Themed Hen Party

If your friend loves a little bit of Las Vegas glamour and has a passion for gambling, what better theme for her hen party than casino? A casino themed hen party is easy to put together, and if you can’t make it to Sin City, you can bring Sin City straight to you.

Get the invites right

If you’re creative you can easily put together an invite using free stock images you find online. Alternatively, you can have them designed professionally or buy them. The invite should include all the party details, and advise attendees of the Casino-theme and the Las Vegas dress code!

Go big with games

What’s a hen party without games? As your theme is casino, there are so many awesome options. You can play Bridal Shower Bingo, set up a computer or two for Australian pokies, or you can rent a Roulette wheel or set up a Poker table. If you’re feeling flush, you could hire a good-looking croupier or dealer for the night to ensure all the games run smoothly. Double points if the croupier is a stripper too! And, if you don’t want to use real money, you can give everyone fake gold coins or chips when they arrive.

Dress for success

A casino themed hen party certainly demands that you dress up, and there are so many options. You can go glam and dress like your heading to the Strip, or you can dress as a croupier, a showgirl or even as casino security! You can also dress your hen up in a gorgeous outfit, and as the theme is casino, excess knows no bounds.

High roller food

You’ll want to lay on the spread for a hen party, and you can go all out here, as there really are no limits to what you’d find in Vegas. A buffet would work well, as would sushi platters, or platters of sliders and other easy to eat food. You can also add a cake to the mix, and there are plenty of professional bakeries that can create a real showpiece that’s both a feast for the eyes and the taste buds.

Decadent drinks

Drinks are always an important part of any hen party, and with the casino theme you can go for just about anything. Glasses of champagne with cherries in them are a great idea, or you can opt for more Casino Royale style cocktails. Martinis always look good and have that sort of James Bond vibe, and you can serve up shots in black and red if you want to tie in with a colour scheme that’s inspired by playing cards.


It’s really easy to decorate a venue for a casino themed party, as there are so many different things you can do. A red and black colour scheme always works well, and you can make large cut out playing cards, scatter casino chips around and add a dash of glitter for even more sparkle.