You asked: How do I communicate without kids at my wedding?

Is it rude to have an adults only wedding?

It’s not rude to have an adult reception. However, you have to be prepared that some OOT guests will choose note to attend since it makes child care arrangements difficult for them. There is no polite way to explicitly say it on the invites. Do not put “Adult Reception” or “Adults Only” on the invitation.

Is it OK not to invite family to a wedding?

It’s entirely up to the couple whether or not children are invited to the wedding. Decide whether you want little ones there or would prefer an adults-only celebration, and then put your foot down. That means no exceptions.

Why do people do no kids weddings?

Often, these young children mean quite a lot to the couple getting married, so they may choose to include them in their big day. There are several reasons for opting for no kids at your wedding. The most common reason is that it often places pressure on an already-tight budget.

How do you say no plus ones on a wedding invitation?

So, what is a polite way to say no extra guests? The best way to politely inform guests that they can not bring a plus one is to have a line on your RSVP card which says “We have reserved [X] seats in your honor”. Then have a line below that says ” ___ of x will attend” .

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Do you count babies in wedding guests?

Generally, if it is an infant or small child will not be included in the guest count if they will be sitting in a parents lap. However, if the child will sit and eat on his or her own, they will be counted.

Who gets a plus one at a wedding?

Married, Engaged and Cohabitating Guests Traditionally Receive a Plus-One. As a rule of thumb, Amber Harrison, the head of weddings at Shutterfly, says only married, engaged, and “serious” couples (say, they’re living together or have been together for a year or more) receive a plus-one.

How can I make my no plus one clear?

Address the envelope to the wedding guest only with no mention of “and guest.” Check out my point above about the “___ of ___ attending.” That tactic also works when you are concerned someone is going to get a plus one. Stay consistent. Don’t change up the rules for one person or another.

Do bridesmaids get plus ones?

Do you automatically get a plus one if you’re a bridesmaid? Across the board, yes. There are always exceptions, but the bridal party members usually get a plus one regardless of their relationship status. It’s up to you whether you choose to accept it—and subject everyone to your date’s questionable dance moves.