I am not engaged or married, but I think that when I find the right man, I will want a child-free wedding.
I know there are various schools of thought on this, so what are your opinions and why?
I would want an afternoon outdoor ceremony and a formal night reception. No children would be allowed at the reception (under 18) and I would prefer a child-free ceremony too, but since I have nieces and nephews, I might make an exception for them (and similar on the groom's side of the family) given that they weren't under 6-7 years old and didn't have a reputation for being out of control.
I do not hate children, I plan on having some someday, I just don't want them at my wedding.
- I have kids and WOULD be offended by a child-free-weddingVote A
- I have kids and WOULD NOT be offended by a child-free-weddingVote B
- I do not have kids and WOULD be offendedVote C
- I do not have kids and WOULD NOT be offendedVote D
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D. I think it is absolutely 100% perfectly acceptable.
Every parent thinks they're a great parent, but the fact is there are few good parents nowadays. Their kids are the product of that lack of parenting.
And there ARE certain venues/events/engagements in which children have no business being present at.
People need to find a baby sitter and call it a day.
I also support restaurants that do not allow children. Again, children do not belong at certain events or engagements.
Don't have kids.6