You have decided you don't want to have children attend your wedding ceremony or wedding reception, or in fact both!
I understand, I too requested a child-free wedding and I get asked all of the time, how can I word it on my wedding invitations!To help you, I have listed a few different ways that you can politely communicate with your guests that children are not invited to your wedding. You don't need to be rude, but you also can't be too subtle, as the point you are trying to make could be missed entirely.The following 25 x phrases can be mentioned on either your RSVP card or on an information card.
If saying something like the above seems too direct for you, here are a few other ways you can let your guests know that children are not invited.
I do understand that this particular topic for weddings is a debatable one and I see the pros and cons of having kids at the wedding and not having them there.
I believe it is up to you, the couple, to decide how you would like to spend your special day, how to allocate your budget and if you choose to invite children or not to your wedding.
Either way, your day will be amazing and if you wish not to have children at your wedding, then I hope you found this article helpful.
Until next timeBel xx
If you have decided to request a gift of money as a wedding gift from your wedding guests, the next step is to determine how to word the poem to ask for the money.
This can feel very awkward and a little rude, however, please trust me that your guests WILL get you a wedding gift and they will want to know what to get you.
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