Hey, y'all! My FH and I are discussing the idea of having only children that are in the wedding at the reception. We like the idea of putting an insert in invitations to families with children saying that children are not invited to the reception, but we will be providing a sitter and pizza for kids to be entertained and fed during the wedding. Then if parents don't want to leave their kids with a stranger, they can find a sitter of their own, or if they can't afford/find a sitter and still want to come, they can just bring their kids to the sitter and then attend the wedding themselves. We're having a mansion wedding and we'd book out one of the suites for the sitter to entertain the kids in, so they would be in the same building the whole time. And we'd take recommendations from family for sitters frequently used and loved by their kids since we don't have any kids to know any sitters ourselves.
What do y'all think of this? Is it crossing any etiquette lines? Ideas on phrasing? Anything I may be forgetting? TIA!!