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How To Plan A Kid Friendly Wedding

How To Plan A Kid Friendly Wedding

Like it or not, working out what you (and/or your wedding guests) are going to do with the littlies on the big day is a planning necessity. 

In the past, parents would choose to either arrange an off-site babysitter or wrestle/bribe/beg their kids to behave like adults so they can enjoy at least a few hours as a wedding guest. But there are new, inclusive options which mean that children can be looked after and/or entertained in a safe and nurturing environment at the same venue so everyone can have fun.

Win win, yes?

Unbridely spoke with Event Coordinator, Hannah of Adelaide-based Nurturing Nannies, about the things you need to consider when planning a kid-friendly wedding. 

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Your Complete Guide to Planning an Awesome Backyard Wedding

Your Complete Guide to Planning an Awesome Backyard Wedding

Backyard weddings boast an immediately familiar, comfortable, warm and relaxed atmosphere that is tough to replicate in any other setting.

And, in recent years, these home-grown celebrations have been enjoying a resurgence in popularity and refinement thanks to the quality and availability of small-scale but high quality catering with food trucks and carts, new furniture and marquee/tent/tee-pee hire options and mobile entertainment packages with DJs, MCs, photo-booths and the like.

To help you start to piece together a comprehensive to-do list for your very own homely nuptials, we asked wedding planner and stylist, Nicole Bailey of Your Party Plannery and some newlyweds who had recently planned their backyard wedding, for their top tips and advice.

Also, be sure to download or Pin the DIY wedding drinks guide so you know exactly how much alcohol to buy!

6 Blended Family Unity Rituals For Your Wedding Ceremony (That Haven't Been Done to Death)

6 Blended Family Unity Rituals For Your Wedding Ceremony (That Haven't Been Done to Death)

Many blended families use a unity sand ritual to symbolise the coming together of the different elements of the new family unit and, just like the different coloured grains of sand, are never to be seperated again. It's sweet and everything, but it has been DONE (and done and done again!).

And unity candle rituals do not work at an outdoor wedding ceremony - TRUST ME.

So we need some new, cute (and less kitch) ways to include children in a wedding ceremony and I think these 6 ideas are gold.