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Entertaining the little people at your wedding

Are you inviting children to your wedding? If the answer if yes, have you thought of ways to make them feel special and keep them entertained when they arrive at the table?

Here, we chat with owner of Wedding of my Dreams, Gemma Morgan about the best ways to keep those little ones out of mischief. Gemma runs a successful online wedding shop and we've worked with her for many years. So, if you're stuck for inspiration or just fancy soaking up some wedding eye candy, take a look at Gemma's website (link below) ...

Keeping the kids entertained

Over to Gemma;

“There are so many ideas when it comes to looking after the little ones and making sure they don’t cause mayhem…

You could make each child a little gift bag, this will not only make them feel special but will also keep them entertained throughout the wedding breakfast and speeches.

If you are inviting a number a number of children to your wedding, it could be a nice idea to have a children’s table. Sit all the children on one table and decorate it especially for them, with games and activity books at each place setting for them to play with during the wedding breakfast. 

In these pictures, we have come up with some ideas for what to include on your children tables, we styled it with pink and white striped runners as well as activities, books and games all available from our children’s activities collection online at www.theweddingofmydreams.co.uk.”

 

As the parents say, if the child’s happy, they’re happy. And it’s always good to keep all your guests with a smile on their face on your wedding day. A big thank you to Gemma for sharing her ideas.

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