- 1 How do you put adults only on a wedding invitation?
- 2 How do you politely say no kids are allowed?
- 3 Is it OK to have no kids at a wedding?
- 4 What percentage of wedding guests actually attend?
- 5 How do you kindly say no kids?
- 6 How do you say no plus one politely?
- 7 Is it rude to bring your child to a baby shower?
- 8 Is it rude to bring a baby to a wedding?
- 9 Is it rude to only go to the wedding reception?
- 10 Is 150 guests a big wedding?
- 11 What percentage of guests don’t attend weddings?
- 12 Do parents invite their friends to wedding?
How do you put adults only on a wedding invitation?
On the Invitation Though some people avoid it, Swann says there’s absolutely nothing wrong with stating clearly that the occasion is adults-only. You can include this on the main invite or the RSVP card. “This is an adult-only occasion.”
How do you politely say no kids are allowed?
“ We respectfully request no children under 16 at the reception.” “Although we love your little ones, this is an adult only affair.” “The bride and groom request that this be an adults-only reception.” “Please celebrate with us at an adults-only reception immediately following the ceremony.”
Is it OK to have no kids at a wedding?
You shouldn’t feel guilty for keeping your wedding a kid-free zone, but it’s not polite to specify your wishes front and center on the invitations. Having a child-free wedding can be a very sensitive issue for some guests, especially out-of-town family members and close friends with little ones.
What percentage of wedding guests actually attend?
Do your own math “A general overall percentage between 75-85 percent of wedding guests usually attend.” The breakdown: 85 percent of local guests, 55 percent of out-of-town guests, and 35 percent of destination wedding guests will show up, Buckley said.
How do you kindly say no kids?
“Management request no children under 16 at the reception.” “We respectfully request no children under 16 at the reception.” “The bride and groom request that this be an adults-only reception.” “Unfortunately we cannot accommodate children – thank you for your understanding.”
How do you say no plus one politely?
If your guest just goes ahead and writes in a plus-one on their RSVP card, you need to address it tactfully. Call them and graciously explain that their plus-one is, unfortunately, not invited. Give a reason like budget or space, or refer back to your hard-and-fast rules to let them know this is the case for everyone.
Is it rude to bring your child to a baby shower?
A baby shower might seem like the perfect function to bring your kids to since it’s all about the upcoming special delivery, but don’t just assume they’re welcome. “ It’s okay only if it’s been specified on the invitation or if the host has let you know when you RSVP,” Post advises.
Is it rude to bring a baby to a wedding?
This is not a rude request—young children often find weddings boring, and they act disruptively. It is rude, however, to specifically write on the invitation that children are not invited, so it is up to the guest to understand the clues.
Is it rude to only go to the wedding reception?
The wedding is the reason for the celebration that takes place after the ceremony. It isn’t the other way around. You are invited to witness this important event. And to attend just the reception based on differing religious views would be rude, unless an unforeseen reason came up, such as an emergency of some kind.
Is 150 guests a big wedding?
These numbers may vary a little depending on who you’re speaking with, but a small wedding typically includes 50 people or under, a medium wedding has a guest list of anywhere from 50-150 guests, and a large wedding has over 150 attendees.
What percentage of guests don’t attend weddings?
Feel free to invite approximately 10 percent more guests than your target number, since between 10 and 20 percent of those invited will decline.
Do parents invite their friends to wedding?
Parents on both sides need to add their wish lists, which should include family members as well as their own friends and colleagues. When the bride’s parents are paying for the wedding, it’s customary that they be allowed to invite more guests.