Posts tagged Children
Posts tagged Children
Guest Blog by Chelsea
These printable activity books are perfect for keeping even your youngest guests entertained. Filled with fun puzzles and coloring pages, it’s one wedding favor that’s sure to delight the kids.
All you have to do is click here for the PDF file, hit print, and go make some copies! You’ll have to do a little double-sided action to make the order of the book right, but you get the idea.
For a fancy finish, get some baker’s twine, punch two holes in the spine of the book, string the twine through from the inside, and tie a little bow on the outside. Set out some crayons and pencils at your kid table, and they’ll have a ball.
Thanks Chelsea for this great tutorial. Please be sure to check out Chelsea’s blog Lovely Indeed
* Photos by Chelsea Costa
Q. I want a flower girl and a ring bearer, but don’t want the children at my reception. My mom says i have to let them come to the reception…I say no way…no children means NO children. Who is right mom or me?
A. Yes definitely your mom is right as the children are members of your wedding party and must be invited. You must also invite the children’s parents. If you think the children will be bored at an adults only reception, you can always provide a babysitter and a special kids room with games, toys, and a place to nap.
Q. My Bridesmaid just told me she is pregnant. Should I replace her?
A. No problem as long as she is in good health she will be fine. Besides you already asked her to be in your bridal party and you can’t change your mind without hurting her feelings. Do keep a chair and a cool drink nearby in case she needs a break during the ceremony, and be sure to choose a dress she will be comfortable in.
Q.My future mother in law is insisting I make her daughter (my fiance’s sister) a bridesmaid. But I have already chosen my bridesmaids. Right now I am so mad I want to tell my future mother in law off. What should I do?
A. If I were you I would calm down and simply add another bridesmaid to keep family harmony. Don’t replace any girls you already asked; simply add another girl. And by the way, you don’t need to have an equal number of bridesmaids to groomsmen. So I suggest you call your future mother in law today and sweetly tell her you will ask her daughter to be part of your wedding. Remember your wedding is only one day. These people are your husband’s family and will be part of your life for many years. So I suggest you nurture your relationship with your inlaws now or in the future they will add STRESS to your life.