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There are a few different ways children may be involved in a wedding. Are you the oldest child to a gaggle of little ones? It could be you have young cousins, nieces and nephews, or that you and your future spouse are blending two exiting families together. Wherever they come from, if you have young children or teenagers you want to include in your wedding, here are a few ways to do it. Be sure to involve some of these children in your photo bridal shower invitations.
There's nothing that says you can only have one flower girl and one ring bearer. These two jobs, usually filled by children, can be shared out among multiple children in a few ways. Since there are two wedding bands, you can easily split ring bearer into two jobs, one for the bride's ring and one for the groom's.
Often what a teenager most wants is to be treated as an adult. If you already have a good relationship with your caterer, photographer or decorator, perhaps you could suggest a temporary apprenticeship for a teenager who wants to be involved. Once done, try not to hover too much or the teen may think you don't trust them and the job is only to soothe their feelings.
Even if you're using the latest in modern reception decor, there are usually a few places where some hand-made decorations can be used. This is a great way to occupy children for long periods of time if you need to get them out from underfoot. On the day of the wedding, they'll be much more excited when they see streamers, table-toppers or other items they made.
Involving children in a wedding can be exciting, but takes a lot of forethought and planning. If you don't have a lot of experience with children, be sure to run by your ideas with someone who can tell you whether or not the activity is age appropriate. Let the children come to the photo shoot, too, for use in your save the date cards and photo bridal shower invitations.