(Closed) Big jobs for small people….

posted 8 years ago in Family
Post # 4
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

Does she feel comfortable talking with people? I remember being about that age and being the guest book attendant, basically making sure everyone signed the guest book and making sure everyone knew where the gift table is etc. For the record having a mindset of a 10 year old doesn’t seem like someone incapable of being a Jr. anything, I say go for it and make her feel so amazing! I bet she never forgets it.

Post # 6
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

A friend of mine had their 9-year-old sister draw a picture for the front of their program, which I thought was cute.

You could also give them a disposable camera and ask them to take candid pictures of guests as they arrive. This can be fun for guests, too- something to do while waiting in line to sign the guest book.

If you are handing out birdseed for people to throw, bubbles, etc., you could have them pass these out.

If you and the groom are buying each other wedding gifts or cards, you could ask them to deliver them for you, which makes kids feel important.

Oh, and if someone is decorating your car when you leave, kids LOVE helping with that.

Post # 7
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2018

if you are doing corsages for the moms, make sure you get them for all your little helpers. when I was 15 I sang in my uncles wedding and my FAVORITE part was wearing matching wedding flowers.

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