Post # 1
My FH and i are getting married at a lake. I am concerned that some parents won’t keep a close eye on their children, and they may either go play in the lake or the worst drown if they go to far out, it’s pretty shallow but i’m not sure how deep it gets. I want to express some concern that if something does happen that it is not the owners of the lakes fault or ours, and to have their parents keep an eye out on there children…
anyone have an idea on how i should word this, or tell them?
Post # 3
Rather than wording this concern, perhaps you can prevent it by providing on site babysitting.
We have the exact same concern because we’ll be right on a river. We’re getting a babysitter to help out and entertain the kids. That way parents can party and kids can be safe and have fun.
Post # 4
You could put an insert in with the invite saying something like, "Parents please be advised that the ceremony will be taking place beside a lake. If your children will be celebrating with us, please keep them close- we don’t want anyone to go swimming!"
Post # 5
If you have one, you could also put this information on your wedding website.
Post # 6
You should just have no kids at your wedding. You should spread it by word of mouth and by only addressing invitations with adult names.