We are having some trouble with wording on the invitations to explain to our guests that the wedding and ceremony (for good reason) will have only guests 21 years and older invited. We decided this b/c we are having a small wedding, tight budget, and the ceremony is in my mother's backyard that we don't want to have two lists, one of those invited to the ceremony and another for the reception, so....everyone who is getting an invite is invited to both. Alcohol will be served and we don't feel it's appropriate to have children present, nor do I want to worry about underage drinking at my wedding on my parents property. Does anyone have a suggestion on how we can write/explain in a kind way that we are inviting adults 21 years and older only, children under 21 years are not to come? I have a few family members with teenage kids that I think might assume their children are invited and just bring them no matter how I address the envelope. My mother and father were kind enough to let us have the reception at their home, and I do not want to create guests over their budgeted means or possible trouble with minors drinking on their property. Please help me! Thank you in advance!