Post # 1
Our venue does not have accomodations for very small children as far as I am aware (we are waiting for a response at the moment regarding this).
I am wondering if it is rude to put this on the RSVP:
“We regret that accomodations for small children are not available”
___ of ___ will attend will also be on there though so I am not sure if I need it. I just don’t want people thinking I forgot or did not know about their baby.
A seperate question, since I do not have kids. At what age is a child able to sit at a table without a highchair or some sort of booster seat?
Post # 3
I would leave off the phrase about not being able to accomodate small children. The “regret” comes across as insincere, and they should get the point if the child is not addressed on the invite and, if not, then they’ll get it when they see _ of X. If they’re rude enough to ignore those signs, they’ll ignore your note, anyway.
My son never sat in a high chair when we went out, I always brought a portable seat like this
or had him sit on my lap. He started sitting in a regular seat before he was 2. If you’re simply worried about accomodations, I would just make a note somewhere that these aren’t available, not completely uninvite children because of it. I went to plenty of restaurants with my infant that didn’t have these luxuries, and it was fine. If you simply don’t want infants, or if your venue prohibits it, that’s a different issue.