Wondering how to involve all of the adorable offspring of friends and family into your wedding  day? We checked in with our readers — and a recent celebrity wedding — and got some amazing ideas on how to make little ones feel like they're part of the festivities without letting the kids outnumber the adults in your wedding party. Check out these creative ways to incorporate children into your special celebration . . . and if there's anything we may have missed, we'd love to hear your ideas as well!
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"I always loved this idea: if there are a lot of kids, why not have them all have one or two flowers. While the bride walks toward her groom, they could hand her the flowers. By the time she gets to the altar, she has her wedding  bouquet! " — Dagmar Bleasdale  of Dagmar's Momsense 
Photography by: Acres of Hope Photography  for Green Wedding Shoes 
"Depending upon the age of the child, they could read a special passage from a book, or a poem that had meaning for the bride and groom. Or, if there is an especially talented young person who can sing or play an instrument, they could perform." — Amy Todisco  of Green Living Now 
Photography by: Alicia Swedenborg  for Style Me Pretty 
Toss It to 'Em!
"My best friend threw a candy bouquet for the kids, and the 'real' bouquet to adults." — Nony  of A Slob Comes Clean 
Photography by: Jason + Anna Photography  for Green Wedding Shoes 
Service With a Smile
"If it's hot outside, the kids could man a lemonade stand and pass out lemonade [or flavored water] to the guests!" — Dagmar Bleasdale  of Dagmar's Momsense 
Source: Lisa Horten
Give Them a Prop With Purpose
"My son's grandma got him a secondhand tricycle and decorated it with color-coordinated ribbons and flowers. He enjoyed riding it around the wedding  reception and he became part of the wedding 's color theme, which looked great in pictures!" — Sophie Davies  of The Marin Scoop 
Photography by: Sloan Photographers  for Green Wedding Shoes 
Get Them Involved From the Start
"Our daughter was the bride's partner in everything at her bridal shower. She helped open the gifts and was like a little bride. By the time the wedding  day arrived, my daughter knew the bridal party and felt like a part of everything. She was ready to walk down the aisle with her rose petals!" — Laura Rossi  of My So-Called Sensory Life: 365 Unexpected Gifts From Motherhood 
Photography by: Erik Clausen  for Green Wedding Shoes 
Get Them Out on the Dance Floor
"The bride danced a special dance each with my children — one dance with my daughter and one dance with my son. I could not hold back the tears!" — Laura Rossi  of My So-Called Sensory Life: 365 Unexpected Gifts From Motherhood 
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Leave it to Angelina Jolie  to find a truly creative way to incorporate her six kids into her big day. Take a look at her colorful veil — it's covered in her kids' artwork ! About their big day, Brad and Angelina said, "It was important to us that the day was relaxed and full of laughter. It was such a special day to share with our children and a very happy time for our family."
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