If you choose not to invite children to your wedding, we suggest making this clear on your wedding invitations. Simply addressing your invitations to adults only and hoping that they take the hint is a little too risky, as guests might assume their kids are still invited. So, here are 10 polite ways to say “no children” on your wedding invitations.
Whilst we love your little ones, we have decided to make our special day adults-only.
We respectfully ask that our special day be adults only.
We love your kids, and while we would be delighted to see their smiling faces at our ceremony, unfortunately we are unable to cater for children at our reception.
Although we love your kids, our reception is an adult only affair.
We’d love our guests to have a good time without worrying about little eyes and ears, so we politely request no children.
Unfortunately we are not able to accommodate children at our wedding.
We love your kids but thought you might like a night off. Adults only please!
We love your children however, as there are so many, we cannot invite them all and so are keeping the day an adult only celebration.
As much as we’d love to invite all of your children, we are only able to accommodate children of close family. We hope you understand and look forward to celebrating with you.
As much as we’d love to invite your little ones, we’re unable to extend this invitation to children due to limited space. We very much hope you will still be able to join us on our special day.
Our reception is an adult-only affair.
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