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Posted: 11th September 2019

5 great colour combos for your hen party t shirts 2019

Hen Party T-shirt Ideas Colour Trends 2019 image

At Mr Porkys, we let you customise almost every aspect of your hen party t shirts, right down to the colour of the tee and the colour of the print, but picking the right colour combo can be a toughie.

What goes with what? What’s on-trend? What will get the most likes?

We’ve pulled together some of our favourite colour schemes to give you some great hen party t shirt ideas.

THAT'S SO TIMELESS

Monochrome is the classic colour scheme. It never goes out of style and works for pretty much everyone.

As far as your personalised hen party t shirts go, try our Bride and Hens designs, going with a white tee of the bride and black tees for the hens. You could go for black and white for the respective prints, or bring in a metallic gold or silver.

The great thing about going monochrome is you can please everyone. The bride is not going to mind being in white one bit, and black will work for all of the hens – everyone from the mother of the bride to the groom’s goth cousin.

Hen Party T-shirt Ideas Monochrome

THAT'S SO ON-TREND

Front shirt example shows Chunk design in fuchsia print on cornsilk yellow t shirt. Secondary image shows the reverse with fuchsia shirt and light yellow print
You’ve probably noticed already, but yellow is the big colour trend for SS19.

So, if you want the hen do to be really on point, we recommend our Chunk tee in cornsilk yellow with a contrasting fuchsia print.

The whole look is sunny, bright and breezy – the perfect hen party t shirt idea for hen dos in the sun, or even if you just want to bring a bit of sunshine to Blackpool.

THAT'S SO NEXT YEAR

Front shirt example shows I Do Crew design in white print on mint t shirt. Secondary image shows Minimum Script Top Left design in navy print on mint t shirt
The only thing better than being on-trend is being ahead of the trend.

Mint is shaping up to be the colour of 2020, so if you’re getting ideas for next year’s hen party or simply want your ladies to be ahead of the wave this year, we can help. We recommend shopping our Love Hearts design in mint, while choosing a navy print.

This is an absolutely gorgeous combo that suits most women and most hen party events. It’s not too dressy but not too casual either so can go from go-karting to cocktail-making with little more than a flick of your eyeliner.

THAT'S SO MUCH FUN

Of course, if you’re looking for bright, glam and fun hen party t shirts, we have you covered too.

When you want to proclaim loud and proud that you’re giving the bride a belter of a send-off, our Prosecco & Party tee is perfect. We suggest a black t shirt with a high-contrast neon pink glitter print to really bring the sparkle.

Perfect for younger (and young at heart) hen parties where you want a bold tee that’ll look the part with those Snapchat filters.

Prosecco & Party design in neon pink glitter print on black t shirt. Hot pink background colour

THAT'S SO CLASSY

Front shirt example shows Bride's Besties foil design in rose gold print on navy t shirt. Secondary image shows Bride To Be foil design in rose gold on light pink t shirt
Rose gold and navy is the classiest of colour combinations and we’re willing to die on that hill.

It’s a considered, subtler alternative to classic black and looks stunning in our range of foil script designs where you can choose a tee for each bridal party role.

It’s perfect when only classy hen party t shirts will do for brides who want everything just so.

THAT'S SO NOT WHAT TO WEAR

So, what should you avoid? Well, the main thing to avoid is prints that don’t contrast well against the shirt colour.

There is no point creating personalised hen party t shirts if you can’t read them. This means no dark prints on dark shirts, no super pale prints on light shirts and definitely no neon prints on light shirts. If you like the neon look but really want a lighter shirt colour, try a vivid fuchsia print instead.

What next? Make sure you know what the bride will like and consider who’s coming to the hen do – you’re bound to find a colour combo that pleases everyone.