"I Do" Printable Activities for Kids


"I Do" Printable Activities for Kids


I Do Printable Activities for Kids

Rather than hearing "I'm bored" as you read your heartfelt vows, give the young guests at your wedding "I Do" Printable Activities for Kids. This free printable activity book is all about weddings in terms kids will understand. With free printable crossword puzzles with wedding-related words, diamond ring connect the dots, and free printable coloring pages of delicious wedding cakes, the kids will have just as much fun celebrating as the adults. The best part is that this simple solution to silence is free. Simple print out the activity books, tie them together with twine that complements your wedding colors, and enjoy your special day sans interruptions.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts


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Yes! I love ideas that can keep the wee ones busy at a wedding. It can be hard for youngsters to sit for long periods and this would help them focus. I also like that they are inexpensive to make. I think it would make the kiddos feel special and included. It's a nice parting gift for them to take home as well.

What a great idea. I have seen more than one social event ruined because the kids get bored or restless. Then the whining starts and soon the tears follow. This would be wonderful to keep them occupied. It's fun, it only costs a few sheets of paper and you just have to know how to run a printer! I love it!

Great idea for the children at the reception. Kudos!

This is such a great idea to keep kids occupied and quiet during a long wedding ceremony, or between the wedding and reception! Keeping the kiddos busy will make the day more fun for them, plus their parents will be really grateful.

What a great idea for a quiet activity! I've seen quirky puzzles about the bride and groom for the guests to do between the ceremony and the reception, but not anything specifically for kids! Too cute.

This is an awesome idea! A family friend's daughter got married a few weeks ago, and we printed and tied these together with ribbon for the kids. We put them in mesh, tie-topped bags from the dollar store with crayons (and a pencil for the older kids), and handed them out at the ceremony. The younger kids remained fairly silent, and the older siblings loved helping them out. I would definitely recommend this to anyone expecting kids, especially with a long ceremony!


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