A FUTURE bride has created pretty tie-dye vests for her hens – each with their name on the front.

The woman, called Brooke Graves, demonstrated how she had personalised tops at home ahead of her hen do.

In a video posted on TikTok, the bride-to-be admitted: "I'm the least crafty person out there, but this was a super easy gift to give all my girls."

Brooke showed how she placed letters for the name 'Lauren' onto a plain white vest top – and then repeated the process for the rest of her friends.

She then picked up fabric spray paint, which she had bought from Amazon, and applied different colours to all the tops, creating a cool effect.

When the letters were taken away, it left the hens' names neatly in white.

Ugh this is so cute

Brooke also ensured she didn't miss out – and made herself one too that was branded 'Wife'.

The clip has been viewed more than 69,000, with over 3,500 leaving 'likes'.

One person wrote: "Ugh this is so cute."

Another commented: "Great idea."


A third shared: "Ok wow cute!!!"

And a fourth added: "Love."

In a follow-up post from her actual hen do, which has been viewed 1.6 million times, the hens could be seen all wearing their personalised tops.

The bride wrote: "These girls will be in my life forever."

In other wedding news, we revealed how a bride-to-be has been slammed for wearing a T-Shirt with personal details on urging people to buy her a drink.

We also told you about a designer who created a bridal gown made entirely from dumped face masks.

And a bride ditched flower girl to have a "money man" who showers guests with cash.

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