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Maura McEvoy

Have little guests roam in room of their own.

Antsy kids won't sit still for a minute, let alone an entire wedding reception. Give them space to play in a separate kids' room where they can gather after the meal -- with an adult or two there to supervise. That way, they can happily make all the noise they want. Fill the space with age-appropriate toys, games, and craft supplies. You might also consider hiring a performer, such as a clown, magician, or storyteller, to keep their attention.

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Anonymous
January 26, 2014
This is very interesting and useful. Yeah like you said kids can be very annoying on ceremonies with adults. It's just boring to them and they want some place when they want to play and be theirself. I'll keep this in mind when I'll be organizing my ceremony soon. Thanks for sharing! Best regards, Matt PS3 emulator gaming ePS3e developer.