With so many wedding plans up in the air, postponed, or canceled altogether, 2020 brides are left wondering how to move forward. The simple answer? A Micro Wedding! Micro Weddings can be every bit as special and celebratory as larger celebrations. We are here to walk you through the wedding plans, step by step, to ensure that your Micro Wedding planning experience is a joyful one.
Step 1: Narrow down your guest list! A true Micro Wedding is anything smaller than 20 people. Consider only your closest friends and family members for this intimate affair. Friends and family who are not invited will understand the difficult circumstances you had to make the guest list under. Focus on the people you can have there rather than those you can’t.
Step 2: Make it special! Don’t skimp on details just because this event is smaller than what you had planned. Still use beautiful place settings, gorgeous flowers, and thoughtful paper goods. The impact that these details have on a small gathering is so valuable!
Step 3: Consider tradition! Even if it is small, you can still have a wedding cake for a ceremonious cutting. Think about little things like a first dance or a “something blue” to help your wedding day feel like something you have always dreamt of.
Step 4: Don’t try and create the day you didn’t get to have. Consider wearing a fun short dress, mixing up your design plans, or opting for details you won’t have for your eventual larger celebration. Make this event about a celebration of your love, not a commemoration of what you didn’t get to have.
Photography – Jackie Siggard | Venue – River Bottoms Ranch | Dress – Alta Moda | Tabletop Rentals – WILD Event Studio | Rentals – Diamond Rental | Paper Goods – Caitlyn O’Bryant | Cake – Flour & Flourish | Rings – J Brooks Jewelers