Who should not be invited to the party?
Some ideas about how an ideal celebration should be held seem interesting, unique and symbolic. But before implementing them, it is important to weigh all the pros and cons.
Charming rabbits or fluffy llamas, majestic horses, doves and other fur friends evoke emotion in both children and adults. But these are some natural physiological processes that will no longer seem so cute.
Most importantly, animal behaviour is challenging to predict and control. For example, we recently have read about an incident with a trained owl, when the predator, instead of delivering the rings to the altar, suddenly attacked the guest from the front row. Needless to say, the horror the magic moment turned into.
It is better to immediately warn guests that it's an "adults only" celebration. If you want to allow your guests to bring kids with them, keep in mind that you will have to hire separate entertainers. Otherwise, the kids will be unbearably bored at a classic wedding.
Inviting grandparents is not easier than choosing whether to have a party with or without children. The older generation may not appreciate the selected music, start a debate on the topic of "in our time, everything was different," and get exhausted quickly.
A long party for the elderly can be even more difficult than children. Therefore you should give older guests the right to decide for themselves whether to attend the wedding and do not insist in case of refusal.