The "I'm bored at a wedding" inclusive, LGBT, multi-ethnic children's activity book

Thanks to Offbeat Bride and Etsy I fell in love with the idea of custom activity books for them. But, checking out the other books, I immediately thought, how can I make these books even more inclusive? Basically, I needed the children's activity book equivalent of the "Greendale Human Being! So I created my own inclusive, LGBT, and multi-ethnic children's activity book, I thought I'd share my files, so you can adopt it for your own wedding…


Offbeat-themed I-Spy scavenger hunt reception game (a free wedding printable!)

If you're looking for ways to keep kids occupied at your reception, an I-Spy scavenger hunt reception game is a great idea, right? But if you're rocking an offbeat wedding, maybe you'd rather have say, "Converse" or "piercings" as your items to hunt instead of "something blue" or "champagne glasses." These items may not all be at your wedding, but a fair few may and someone will be the winner. Download the PDF, print out some copies, and include it in your arsenal of kid-friendly activities at your reception.


Ring security, puppy wranglers, and train conductors: Alternative wedding party roles for kids

We recently heard about a bride with five sisters, ranging in age from infant to adult, all needing a role in her wedding party. We're fans of having just as many bridesmaids, junior bridesmaids, flower girls, ring bears, flower grandmas, adult male flower girls, bell ringers, and aisle walkers as you like (WHEW!), so we're all for making this way less of a stress than it would be otherwise. Or, if you're looking for beautiful simplicity, consider having no wedding party, and nobody gets left out. But if you're going for inclusion, here are some alternative wedding party roles for kids we'd recommend AND how it's been done traditionally, just for reference.