11 Great Ideas For Entertaining Children at Your Wedding - Compliments of The Knot Blog

photo by Front Room Photography

The Knot sends out a regular newsletter with good wedding ideas on their blog and often their ideas are really super. For instance, the age-old question of how to entertain children so they and their parents can have a great time at your wedding is answered in some very clever ways in this blog post by Bridget Clegg. Her post is reproduced here in its entirety and you can also find it - along with some other great blog posts from The Knot - at this link.  (Some of The Knot album links may open slowly but hang in there if you click on them - there are some great photos showcased.)

Thanks for all your great ideas, Bridget!

“Even the cutest of flower girls and ring bearers will need some kid-friendly entertainment at the reception. While parents are sipping cocktails, giving toasts and catching up, keep the kids busy with fun activities that make them feel included in the festivities, too. Here are 11 creative ways to pull it off!

Cracker Jack Activity Place Setting

by Amber Engfer Photography


Kids Only Tent

by Bradeon Photography


Burlap Kids Activity Kit

by Dominique Attaway

Disposable Camera Scavenger Hunt

from The Wedding Ring


DIY Carnival Games

by Victor C. Sizemore Photography


Activity Suitcases For The Kids Table

photo by Front Room Photography

Field Day Races for Outdoor Receptions

by Eden Photography


Children’s Game Centerpieces

by Trent Bailey Photography


Color Your Own Place Mat

by Lily Glass Photography


Downloadable Kids Coloring Book 

photo by Chelsea Costa
Download the book here!


Customized Coloring Book

by Everlasting Images

Tip: Make your own coloring book with photos that represent you and your fiance, your family and your wedding. Use this free site to turn photographs into illustrations that you can download and print for the little ones.”


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