Big, flashy wedding ceremonies full of a million of your closest friends packed together are not the only way to celebrate your marriage. In fact, now is the perfect time to get creative with a more unique kind of wedding.
Looking for an alternative way to celebrate your wedding? We’ve got you covered with these three tips:
Livestream Your Wedding Ceremony
Whether you are heading to city hall as just the two of you or plan on having only a handful of family members at the church, your friends and family who can’t make it don’t have to miss out. Livestream your wedding for everyone to watch. You may have to spend a few minutes (or hours) talking Grandma through how to open the link on your evite, but it’ll be worth it when you exchange Rings and the knot is finally tied.
Go on a Honeymoon Staycation
Even if you aren’t able to fly off to some tropical land (thanks, 2020), you can still celebrate your honeymoon. A staycation is the perfect solution. Pitch a tent in the backyard, order delivery for every meal, turn off your phones, and pretend you’re on the ultimate getaway. It may be a little more low-key than you initially had hoped for, but it’ll give you the opportunity to spend quality time with your new spouse.
Start Planning for the Future
Keep that giant reception of your dreams planned, but move it out a year. This is the best of both worlds – you’ll get to marry your best friend now, and still have another big party to look forward to in the future. Celebrating your first anniversary with family and friends will be the perfect way to honor your initial 365 days together, while toasting to many more.
No matter how you say “I do”, what’s important is that you are married to the person you love. That’s a pretty amazing accomplishment – celebrate it in a way that is as one-of-a-kind as you are.