We love kids just like anyone else, however, some people don't want them at their wedding – some just want adults so they don't have to worry about anyone crying during the reception.
Here are 5 ways to keep your wedding KID-FREE;
Send the invite to the RIGHT name
If you don't want kids don't address the invite to "Doe Family" address "John & Jane Doe" this passive little detail tells people – no, you can't bring your whole family.
Add it to the invite
This sounds like over-kill, however, adding it to the lower left or right corner will just alert parents. But, don't put it in big font, have it just be subtle.
Put it on your website
If you have a wedding website put "Adults Only" on the homepage somewhere!
Put it wherever Your guests RSVP
If they're RSVP-ing online put in a text box that says "No kids, please." or if you're doing mail in RSVP (yikes) put it on the mail back card.
Lastly, do the door-to-door approach
Some don't like to clutter their stationary with "no kids". So, if you want to keep everything clean looking, you can personally email the "trouble families", you know the ones that bring their kids everywhere.
However, emailing 1-by-1 is time consuming and you're dommed to forget 1 or 2.
That's all from us – if you had a kid free wedding, let us know how you kept it kid free below!