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WEDDINGS


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in case your little one simply can’t handle the long sit – it means they can escape for a few minutes and you don’t miss the important bits.


Kids table


If there’s a kids’ table at the reception make sure your child has everything he/she needs before you get comfortable at your own table; food cut into small pieces, enough juice to see them through the meal, vases of flowers removed and a successful toilet trip should mean you at least get to eat your starter in peace.


Dancing


This is where kids can really come into their own and give you the ultimate proud parent moment. They’ll hear the music, make their way


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onto the dance floor and strut their funky stuff, making the older relatives smile. You can sit back and relax, while they tire themselves out. Or, of course, get up there and join them!


Champagne


Make sure your journey home is all planned so you can allow yourself a glass or two of bubbly – after all, it’s the perfect way to relax and celebrate. Has a coach been arranged for guests? Have you ordered a taxi? Our favourite solution is Scoot Ltd! You drive to the wedding in your own car, Scoot scoots to meet you there, they pack their scooter in your boot and drive you home. It means the kids are safely transported in their own car seats, you have your car waiting for you in the morning and it costs less than a taxi! The perfect ending. n


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