- Create a display with the small typewriters. Add names and table numbers to the top of each card with double sided tape.
- Design a sign that asks guest to take the small favor item to their table and write a few words of advice for the Bride and Groom on the back of the card.
- Add a container such as a vase to your centerpieces. Attach a note that instructs guests to leave their wishes in the vase and to take the small typewriter home as a token of appreciation.
While searching online I found a host of unique places that just never come to mind when I'm trying to figure what to do for the kids. These are in no particular order but I went ahead and compiled a list of my top 10 favorites within the DC, MD and VA (DMV) area. Feel free to add your own in the comments section below:
Backyard Parties: If you don't want to spend the cash to rent a venue and you have the space in your backyard, I recommend GigMasters. With GigMasters you can book the services of a clown or magician, rent chairs, tables or even a bounce house. You tell them th…