Is A Micro Wedding Right For You? Everything You Need To Know

Micro weddings are smaller in size and fundamentally focuses on the bride and the groom.  It could include up to 50 guests altogether. This is really helpful when considering that social distancing is a must this season. Due to the state of the country and the world, couples have decided to hold micro weddings to celebrate their union. Independent of the pandemic, some couples prefer intimate gatherings that micro weddings hold. Weddings honor the couple’s commitment to each other, so this could be anniversaries celebrations or vow renewals. 

Micro weddings are just as personalized as a regular; it includes vows, a first dance, a few snapshots, mini cake, smaller arrangements from the florist, and a photographer. They could easily be planned in a shorter time span, but still requires a wedding planner.  Micro wedding with a party of 50 could cost up to $10,000 for a full ceremony, and a wedding planner should be able to work with you to help bring your vision to life in your budget restriction. 

Here are 4 reasons why you should consider a micro wedding;

  1. You are not giving up the celebration. Your wedding day is a big deal, and you can still celebrate with a micro-wedding. It doesn’t have to end at running down to the court house. 
  2. This is a chance to get creative. Now that you have fewer guest, you can focus on those spaces that you’ve dreamed of getting married at: a café, restaurant, barn, farm, gallery or a park. Now that the wedding is small, you don’t have to give up the dream space or décor. 
  3. Every aspect of the wedding becomes more meaningful. At micro-wedding, sentimental details are front row. Hand-written vows are always a great idea, along with anything else that could add value to your day. It could be your dog walking you down the aisle or your grandma who is 101 years old. 
  4. It creates a personal experience for every single guest. With 50 or less guest, you now have the ability to personalize the ‘Thank You’ or Invitation cards. It becomes easier to add special touches to a smaller guest list than a guest list with 500 people. 

Things to consider for your micro wedding: 

  • Event Planner or Wedding Day Coordinator. They are helping in planning the wedding and or coordinating the day of. They are extremely important when it comes to working with vendors to make sure each detail is perfect.
  • Photographer. 
  • Florist
  • Decorator
  • Baker

Wedding planning is stressful, wedding planning during a pandemic is even more stressful. Rest assure that Micro weddings are the best way to celebrate your big day while observing social distance. Here are 5 Micro Wedding Ideas You Should Consider. 

With Love,

Addy