Wedding with no Attendence of Children
There has long been a controversy about whether the invitees should take their children to the wedding ceremony . For various new couples ,they prefer a wedding ceremony without the attendance of those children, one reason is that they may want to save the budget, the other thing is that they would like an environment without the underfoot of those young genius. So the problem is that how to inform the parents not to take children to the wedding ceremony in a polite way? Now this article is trying to give you advice.
First of all, get your bead straight. The leading role of your spousal are the bride and groom, you reserve full right to demand the absence of children. You may concerned that some people might feel uncomfortable or even offended at your decision which would hurt the friendship, but the sticking point doesn’t lie at here. You could explain the reason why you prefer a wedding without children once you have got the chance, as adults ,they would understand your inconveniences.
Then, you should consider the aftereffect and negative influences if you have children at the wedding ceremony. You know, changes always supersede plans. If you come across such emergency, should the children be allowed to take part in the reception party or should them be sent to a home and stay with the babysitter?
The most considerate and humanistic choice you may consider is employing a babysitter who would help to look after the baby at the wedding ceremony. So for those parents, they needn’t have to worry about leaving their children at home. So when the adults take their children to your wedding party ,ask them to leave their children to the reliable babysitter .So the parents could go to the reception party and enjoy the wedding ceremony. Places where you settle down for the children had better be close to the reception hall in case of emergency.
Last but not least, if you want to confirm that no children would present at the nuptial, you must mark that at your wedding invitation. The only polite way to do is to print ”Adults Only” on the reception card or wedding invitation. It is quite easy job for those who customize their wedding cards. Remind the supplier your special needs. If you print the wedding cards yourself, home printer would also be okay to print those related information. Certainly, if you would like DIY wedding cards, you can have a try of appending that in the invitation wording.
Anyway, you should take the consequence of your decision. Some adults would feel worried about the children at home and wouldn’t come to the spousal. Some may come with disgruntled feeling. At this time ,what you should do is explaining what’s in your mind to those people. With effective communication, you friends and you may reach a consensus. They may show you more understanding. Treat the guests with courtesy anyhow. Sometimes, we can’t make everyone satisfy with our decision, what we can do is making most people be satisfied. Following those rules above. Remember that.
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