United or not in your decision to invite the children, Cicciona’s has some top tips for your Special Day

Inviting Children to your Special Day can be contentious. So whether you stand united or alone in your decision we have some top tips to help you.
Even Superheroes need help sometimes 😉
Saying no is never easy.
So being a step ahead will help. Guests may have all their family (and therefore babysitters) at the Wedding. Cicciona’s can send you flyers to send out with your invites.
We have Wedding Nannies available who can be at the Venue / at the parents hotel. And Evening Babysitters are available if you would like to suggest a child free evening. Contact sarah@ciccionas.com
The mid afternoon Wedding Breakfast is not a usual time for little ones to eat. To avoid those sugar highs and lows little rascals need to be fed regularly. Speak to your venue about child friendly canapes.
Many Parents will dread the Wedding Breakfast, children have sat for the ceremony, posed for photos and then there is the expectation for them to sit and behave at the meal. Forward plan – there will be looks of relief when parents spot child friendly favours on the table to channel the children positively. http://ciccionas.com/party-boxes

Children can only be expected to behave in an adult environment for so long.
Cicciona’s Creates a Children’s Creche, a wonderland of toys , books, fancy dress, mess free arts and crafts and so much more all in the safe hands of our highly experienced Nanny Team.
It is not about taking the children away from the Wedding it’s about a party of their own, creating special Wedding Day Memories, old fashioned party games are played… Pass the Parcel of course !
Rest assured the Creche is a calm setting as the children have had a busy day and they will return to the Wedding refreshed.

And booking a creche gets a party box discount ! Not bad, right?!

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