Perhaps you need to downsize your guest list due to Covid-19, or maybe you've wanted an intimate wedding all along! In any case, small and micro weddings are growing in popularity and are a wonderful way to tie the knot with just your true-blue nearest and dearest in attendance.
Want to pull off a small-scale celebration? Here's a list of resources to help you plan.
Small weddings provide a bit more wiggle room with the budget, which allows ample opportunity to get creative. To prove it, here's a compilation of swoon-worthy ideas for a small wedding that you'll no doubt want to steal.
Planning a small wedding? You can still make a big impression! We classify a "small wedding" as anything under 50 guests. The venues listed here all have cozy, intimate spaces which work well for small or micro weddings. Because bigger isn't always better, ya know?
Long guest list, grand ballroom, and an endless number of dollar signs not your thing? We don't blame you! Here are 5 ways to keep your wedding—and the final bill!—on the smaller side.
If you're downsizing your wedding, you may want to downsize the time it takes to plan it, too! If you don't want the "typical" 12-month timeline, we've got you covered with our incredibly efficient 90-Day Wedding Planning Checklist!
There's no reason to skimp on style just because you're having a small or micro wedding. It's all in the details, right? And oftentimes having a wedding on a smaller scale enables you to splurge a bit! We've rounded up 13 of the most stylish and stunning small wedding details we've seen.
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