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Should You Provide a Children's Wedding Entertainer on Your Big Day
With your big day on the horizon and a guest list filled with children, you may be left wondering whether the entertainment you are providing is child friendly. Children love weddings, but there is no denying that some get bored during the wedding breakfast and at the evening do. To make sure your guests and their little ones get the most out of the day, it may be a good idea to provide a children's wedding entertainer. However, whether or not it is worth doing this depends largely on how many children are attending, and how long they will be at the wedding for.
Wedding entertainment for kids is usually ideal for groups of five to 10 children. Throughout the day, you should find that the children do a good job of keeping each other entertained. The chance to show off pretty dresses and shiny tuxedos fills them with joy, but this eventually wears out. Hiring an entertainer for a couple of hours usually bridges the gap between dinnertime and the evening, which is when children are most likely to get bored and fidgety.
Doing this gives parents the chance to relax and enjoy themselves. While many parents look forward to sharing joyous occasions with their little ones, few can deny that it is relaxing to hand them over to someone else as they socialise. It is therefore important that you choose a children's wedding entertainer you can trust. Professional entertainers will actively discuss their packages with you, and many also have Criminal Record Bureau (CRB) checks to hand.
An entertainer is particularly useful if you are having an indoor wedding. Any true child loves to go and run about outside, and as anybody living in Britain knows, this can soon lead to a little messy business when the sun is not shining. Wedding entertainment for kids usually involves a range of activities, which means most children's needs are satisfied. Typical activities can include make-up, crafting, fake tattoos, and even tasty chocolate fountains. Such simple activities appeal to kids' natures, and will allow them to feel they have been participating in the big day.
As well as providing an entertainer, there are other ways you can work towards making sure the little ones at your soiree are feeling included. During the wedding breakfast, provide a couple of colouring packs and stickers on the tables. Try to help younger guests feel like grown-ups by offering them plastic wine glasses and grape juice.
Whether or not you choose to provide kids' meals or include them in grown-up meals is completely down to you. With a few small efforts combined, you can at least minimalism child-related upsets, and ensure every guest who attends your wedding has a great day.
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