How much do you really need daytime entertainment? What's the best for family friendly kids and adults?
Hi Helen I can't help you I don't think if you are having a lot of children I have heard of people having a bouncing castle or hoe about a mini disco. Good Luck :)
If you have a garden area what about large games like Jenga and connect 4. Or you could give the kids colouring books x
We hardly needed any entertainment. Had ours in a beer garden. We got frisbees, bubbles and skittles but they didn't really use most of it.
garden games in lawn available or a characature thingy
We had a kids entertainer, he was a magician/ balloonist, kept the kids and some of the adults quiet for an hour! The rest of us could mingle and chat child free. Parents had time for themselves. Best £110 we spent!!
Hi. We are going to have a few garden games dotted about and a toddler corner. Plus making little activity favours for the children. X
I'm going to buy kids activity books and I know someone who can face paint so maybe have that (not sure). I'm defo having a choir in the evening but I also have a friend whose a brilliant singer who sings at weddings so may ask her to do that in the day. (She's already said she will but maybe too much for her and choir in the evening so her in the day)
Yes we are having lots of games dotted about the paddock activity packs to! They can go see the farm animals donkey horses goats chickens.
We have so many children coming to our wedding as everyone has children, so we are having gift bags for the chi Doreen with colouring books bubbles, we also have 5 inflatable games. Depends on your budget really activity bags on the back of there seats Are a good idea xx
We've got an owl & eagle/vulture giving us our rings.. part of the package is to stay afterwards with more of the birds and do a little show/let guests hold them and they give the children a rosette for "looking after" the birds.
Garden/lawn games could be a good low cost idea... and bubbles keep the little ones occupied! X