(Closed) No Children

posted 5 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 3
2955 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 1998

@meeegz2587:  you have to be completely honest but firm and let them know that your wedding can not  accommodate children! 

Post # 4
3572 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

“Sorry, we’re having an ‘adults only’ affair. I hope you are still able to join us, but please let me know ASAP.” 

Post # 5
837 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

@meeegz2587:  Coming from someone who is straight forward, I would respond with, “I’m sorry, but it is an adults-only wedding.” If / when they ask why, I would say that you and your fiancé don’t feel that the environment will be right for children and so have decided to invite adults only.


Edit: Heh, yeah. Exactly what the others said. Sometimes I take too long when typing and my answers become repeats!


Post # 7
148 posts
Blushing bee

How old is their son? and it can definitely be different in the evening/night. I would give the same responses as the others…but if it’s a baby (eg. nursing infant) I can understand them asking. Maybe their baby sitter fell through and they’re just checking

Post # 9
1430 posts
Bumble bee

@meeegz2587:  I would say, ” sorry we aren’t able to accomodate any Children, I hope you will still be able to join us I really would love to have you there but if you can’t make it I completely understand”

– That way she knows your serious and knows her options are come without kids or don’t come.

Post # 10
8491 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 2010



This is perfect.  We did an adults only wedding and it worked.  Nobody even asked, but then, ours was a very small, one notch from elopement affair.


I really like Mrs.stormylove’s response– it’s firm, but polite at the same time.

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