Keeping The Children Happy
I have noticed over the last few years the increase in the
children that are invited to weddings.
Years ago children were not so welcome at
weddings, you would get a baby crying at crucial moments such as exchanging vows, or
toddlers getting over excited and treading on the bride's lovely white
Then of course you have the sulky teenager who is completely bored and unimpressed with
the whole day.
Well you still get the little problems at weddings but there is a lot you can do at to keep the children entertained especially at times like the speech giving.
Children are not good at sitting still at the best of times but ask them to sit still and
be quiet - you have got to be kidding. So why not look into different ways of
At a wedding I went to recently, the venue laid on a bouncy castle
for the kids which by the end of the reception the bride and groom where jumping
around in. Here are some of the companies I have come across and there are many, many more
Adds a MAGICAL sparkle to your event. Children and families - anytime anywhere!
Jack in the Box Mobile Creche
Creche co-ordinator Jackie Peasey writes: We believe that child care is now
becoming a major factor in organising a wedding. many brides-to-be agonise over the
decision as to whether to invite children or not, at the risk of upsetting some of their
family and friends. Our service can provide a solution, giving the children a great
Wendy Popsin - The Magical Storyteller
Wendy Popsin rescues the children during the speeches. She offers a unique service
with charisma for the special day.
This company might suit the older child/teenager they can also find children's
entertainers, especially in the South East.
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