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You may be interested in holding a wedding reception for adults only and get ready to show off your sexy reception dress. However, here is the problem, is it rude to ask the parents to attend your reception leaving the children behind with a babysitter? What is the best way to let them know your idea for the adult reception?
Well inviting would be addressed to mr and mrs. Or mr and guest. Generally unless it says and family then kids are not invited. With that I woud put on the RSVP card that it's an adult only wedding. Me its your wedding so if you don't want kids then do be it.
Lots of people have adult only receptions. I would specifically say it somewhere on the invite or else some people may show up with kids anyway. Even letting them know sometimes people still bring their kids.