Brides-to-be rave over Primark’s stylish hen do gear, and the cute £5 bow veil is top of their wish lists

EVERY bride-to-be wants to look stylish at their hen do.

But splashing out on veils, sashes, hats and glasses for the big night can be an expensive business.

So fashion fans have been rejoicing after budget high street store Primark launched their hen do range, with a £5 bow veil top of every bride's wish list.

The mid-length veil is attached to a hair clip, with an oversized cream bow at the top.

The find was shared on TikTok by 23-year-old Mirib, who is getting married herself next year.

"Don't walk, RUN to Primark," she wrote over the video, before adding in the caption that she's "in love with this bridal find".

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Others were quick to comment on the clip, with one woman writing: "I bought one earlier this year for my hen do!!!! So perfect."

"how cute is this!" another added.

"This is the second time a video like this has come up on my FYP and I want a refund because these were not available when I got married last year!!" someone else wrote.

Other items in Primark's hen do range include "bride to be" and "team bride" glasses, sashes and rosettes, all for £2 each.

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There's also a white straw hat with "bride" written in gold on the side that's perfect for a hen do abroad, or even the honeymoon.

And if you want something a bit more subtle, there are floral headbands on sale for just £4 each.

If you are desperate to get your hands on one of the hen do items, check out Primark's new website before you set off – as it allows you to check stock levels at your local store.

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Primark is planning to roll out more features in the coming months, including customer accounts, a newsletter, and the ability to create a wish list.

However, fans of the budget retailer still won't be able to buy online.

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