Wedding Entertainment for Kids

Kids love weddings. There’s loud music to scream over, centerpieces to be knocked down, napkins to be thrown around and tables to run under. Plus there’s cake!

Jokes aside, we feel that children absolutely deserve to celebrate your wedding day with you if you so choose. However, we also know that kids sometimes have a short attention span and need to be entertained during long events. So where’s the happy medium? Enter My Fair Nanny.

My Fair Nanny is a “special occasion nanny service” founded by Kimberly Martir in October 2010 after she became engaged. While planning her own wedding, she realized she needed to keep her flower girl and ring bearer entertained the whole night. A former nanny of eight years, Kimberly thought it would be easy to find qualified sitters to watch the kids at her event. Wrong. She decided to give future brides one less thing to worry about on their wedding day by founding My Fair Nanny. Her January 2012 wedding was staffed by her very own My Fair Nannies!

My Fair Nanny founder and CEO Kimberly Martir with flower girl Hayden on her wedding day.

My Fair Nanny founder and CEO Kimberly Martir with flower girl Hayden on her wedding day.

Here’s how it works: My Fair Nanny throws an age-appropriate party for the little ones at your celebration. Kimberly’s staff of qualified professionals bring along age appropriate books, games, toys and non-messy crafts, as well as some blankets in case they have a little too much fun and need someplace to snuggle up. My Fair Nanny also employs behavioral specialists and counselors for children with special needs, enabling families who normally stay home because they can’t find a sitter to attend an event.

My Fair Nanny serves the New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania areas. Stop by their website, and be sure to tell them Allison sent you!

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