(Closed) Assembling a Kiddy Zone for the reception

posted 6 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
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45 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: April 2012

@RobotBabooshka:  For my wedding, I didn’t want the children to get in the way of the ‘adult’ entertainment so I put aside an area for them on the grass to play with all sorts of coloring books, activities, kites, etc.  Turned out that they didn’t use most of them and were just playing together, running around the grassy lawn most of the time. In fact, they stole the show and made great pictures when they hit the dance floor with the rest of us!  I think your plan sounds great, but you might need some small tables or a blanket where they can work on their coloring books?  Otherwise, I’m sure with 11 kids, they’ll be well entertained with each other!

Post # 5
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183 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Good idea….go to the craft section of the dollar store and get the poms and chenille sticks and also stickers..this will kep the tiny one occupied for a while. Also if you save plastic containers from food (if not use ziplock bags) and fill them with beans and rice and give it to them with some plastic spoons..parents will appreciate this because they can enjoy themselves and the kids will be entertained.

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