MONEY MORALS: Can we ask parents not to bring their kids to our wedding?

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In our Money Morals series we invite readers to help solve a dilemma. This time, we look at the issues surrounding organising a wedding and the potential problems of excluding children.

Read the question and please leave your answer in the comments at the bottom of the article.

Will we offend people if we ask parents not to bring their children to our wedding?

Will we offend people if we ask parents not to bring their children to our wedding?

Will we offend people if we ask parents not to bring their children to our wedding?

We’re currently planning our wedding and have an extremely tight budget and a small venue so are trying to keep the guest list to a minimum. 

We both have quite large families and also a close knit group of friends who we want to be there.

But lots of these people now have children and we think they are expecting to bring them along as well.

We don’t really have the space or budget to accommodate children as well, so can we tell people not to bring their children to our wedding? Or are we alienating potential guests by requesting this? 

Have you got a Money Moral? 

Do you have a money or consumer related dilemma? Do you wonder what others would do in the same position? 

Send us your question to editor@thisismoney.co.uk with Money Moral in the subject line and we will consider it to pose to This is Money readers.

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