We all know kids can get bored pretty easily, especially during dinners at wedding receptions. What’s one way to help avoid this problem? Making a special kids table! With special candy, decorations, and activities, you can keep the kids feeling recognized, important, and entertained throughout the night! Also, by putting all the kids at the same table, they have each other to play with, which gives their parents a break to catch-up with relatives and friends. Here are some kid’s tables we’ve had at the Castle, each decorated in unique ways to entertain the kids and still match the reception!
Jessica and Clay made this special lolli-pop centerpiece to top their kids table in the Knight’s Castle, bringing the kids together for endless candy!
Making the kids feel extra-special, Jami and Blake made this mini-table right next to their head table in the East Garden Room.
In their King’s Great Hall reception, Andrea and Derek made this lolli-pop tower for their kids table and put crowns around to make their kids feel like royalty!
Pamela and Aaron gave kids at their King’s Great Hall reception a variety of activities at their table with crowns, coloring books, and glow sticks!
Complete with coloring books, crowns, candy and individual gift bags, this couple gave their kids a very special table in their West Garden Room reception
In their East Garden Room reception, this couple made a special kids table with card games, colored pencils, candy, and stickers!
Just like the rest of your wedding reception, kid’s tables can be decorated as simple or extravagant as you want and can have any activity you can think of, and will always keep kids happy and entertained!