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Kids not invited to AHR; Is this rude?

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#21 DanielleNDerek

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    Posted 26 August 2008 - 12:03 PM

    Good for you, if his family doesn't show because of that then they are being ridiculous. Maybe when they first get the invites they might not like the adults only idea but hopefully they'll think about it and decide to come.
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    #22 JoLo908

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      Posted 26 August 2008 - 12:51 PM

      Plenty of people do not have kids at receptions... this is totally okay and not rude at all...

      #23 MARIOLA

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        Posted 26 August 2008 - 12:58 PM

        Agreed, that its not rude at all...then again I don't have kids, so I can care less if that was on my invitation. Not sure how I'd feel about it if I did have kids and couldn't find a sitter...probably different point of view then.

        But its your party and your decision...

        #24 EricaG

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          Posted 26 August 2008 - 01:10 PM

          It is not rude at all to not have kids at the AHR. Especially since you don't have room. If people start complaining, then you can let them know that there is a limited amount of room for people, so if kids are coming, you will have to revise the guestlist and will have to make cuts. You could always tell them if you make cuts to the guest list, you want to be fair, so you are going to draw names to see who gets to come! LMAO!!!!

          Anyways, if I was invited to a party with no kids, I would take advantage of a night away from the kids. We will be having kids at our AHR but we have 2 kids, and we don't want to leave them out, and they aren't going to have much fun without other kids. I think that we migh find a couple babysitters that can take the kids into another room during most of the evening and do activities with them. We went to a wedding like that and each kid gota goodie bag with fun items appropriate for their age. I think they even had supper in the other room too, so the parents could enjoy their food.
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