We want a no-kids policy at our wedding, but we will have to
make an exception for immediate family. Will other guests with
children be offended?
YOUR ETIQUETTE DILEMMAS SOLVED
We asked Debrett's Wedding Guide editor Jo Bryant for
her expert answer:
"Many couples now decide not to include children, but it is a
decision that must be handled carefully - it's likely some
guests could be offended by your decision. Remember, it's your day,
but stick to your own rules. Aside from family and the bridal
party, make no exceptions.
It helps to give a reason and an age cut-off point. For example:
'Due to space, we've decided not to invite children under
WHY CHILDREN AND WEDDINGS GO HAND IN HAND
Luxury Honeymoons With Your Own Private House
Because sometimes only total privacy will do...
10 Under-The-Radar Honeymoon Destinations You Need To Know About
Introducing the top 10 destinations to book for a hush hush honeymoon. Just get there before the masses do…
Best City Honeymoon Destinations for 2017
Done Rome and Barcelona? Why not switch-it-up and head to one of these alternative gems
Alternative Honeymoon Destinations For 2017
Feeling adventurous? Then shake it up for your honeymoon and stray far from the pack in an Iceland power plant or Brazilian casa buried in the jungle
The No.1 Rule Of Marriage Is...
Lose control! If you want a happy marriage, you have to let the little stuff slide