Somewhere between massive weddings in stained-glass churches and extreme elopements in the mountains, a new kind of wedding is emerging – the micro wedding. This wedding style has the same feel of a standard ceremony, without the hassle of being too big. Known for being simple, yet meaningful, it’s easy to see why micro weddings are growing in popularity. With this trend, you can:
Invite Guests You Really Care About
Micro weddings are exactly as they sound – small. That means your guest list can be as exclusive as you want. Whether it is just your sets of parents or you branch out and invite a couple of your closest friends, micro weddings typically only have a few number of very important guests. Not only will this make the festivities more intimate and special, but it will also ensure that you know exactly who everyone is in your wedding photos when you look back at them 10 years from now.
Experience Easy Wedding Planning
Ditch the flocks of doves and trying to please 200 people with your catering. At a micro wedding, all you need is someone to officiate, Rings to exchange, and a handful of family members. It’s seriously that simple – and will save you a ton of money and time. You can always customize your wedding a little more with elements like a small dessert reception in your backyard, but that’s totally up to you.
Personalize Your Entire Day
When you’re not having to manage dozens of vendors while helping your distant friend from college with directions to the venue, you gain the opportunity to truly make the day about you. With a micro wedding, you can spend the day doing exactly what you want. From personally greeting your guests as they arrive to sharing a celebratory homecooked meal, a small wedding gives you freedoms that traditional ceremonies do not.
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