Are adults not the only ones on your guest list? Have a few little ones that are getting an invite to your special day? It is probably a top priority to you for your guests to have fun, including the little ones. … read more
Although some people (like myself) don’t discover the gender of their baby until birth, others like to be prepared ahead of time, and learning their baby’s gender for the first time is a very exciting milestone. … read more
Something most couples are consider while planning their dream weddings is another exciting event on the horizon: the dream honeymoon! It is extremely common for the newlyweds to get away for a romantic rendezvous together after they tie the knot, but what if you or your future spouse has children? That seems to add some complication to the mix. Do you bring the child(ren) on the honeymoon with you? Should you? … read more
Whatever the reason, fertility issues, health problems, etc., you’ve come to the conclusion you want to use a surrogate to have a baby. Many couples have found themselves in this very position without knowing where to start. You are not alone. … read more
Keeping kids entertained at any celebration is a tricky task. It might also be the last thing you want to think about on your wedding day. Yet, the attendance of children is extremely important to take into consideration. … read more
There was never any doubt in my and Mr. Cardigan’s minds that there would be kids at our wedding. Both of our siblings have kids, and they’re such a huge part of our life ”“ we couldn’t ever imagine our wedding without them.
My two nieces (AKA: our flower girl and Jr. BM). Sure, they can be loud. And rowdy. But look at how cute they are!
However, while we have always been happy to include kids on our guest list, it’s just a fact of life that kids get bored at weddings. … read more
We are not inviting children to our wedding because I have about thirty little second cousins on my side of the family and we simply can’t accommodate for that many kids. This is killing me because, before they’d doubled in numbers, I had always imagined I would simply enlist them all into the wedding party and let them run down the aisle and be adorable and no feelings would be hurt.