We started our etiquette series last week with invitations. Today, we will continue to talk about invitation etiquette and cover the topic of adults-only weddings. You can read part one of the etiquette series here.
If you are not having children at your wedding, you have a couple of options:
*Make sure to leave children’s names off the envelopes when addressing your invitations
*Have your family and friends help spread the word that the wedding will be adults-only
*Subtly mention it on your wedding website
Please remember that “no children” means no children of any guest unless the child is in the wedding party. Parents may feel slighted when they realize that other children were allowed but their children were not invited.
What happens if a guest shows up with a child? Let it go. Your planner and caterer will take care of seating and feeding the child. You don’t want to get caught up in any negativity on your wedding day.
Gabby Cavalli, Colorado Wedding Planner
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