If You’re Looking To Break The Mold As A Bride, Here’s How To Have A Micro-Wedding

Create Your Guest List

Now that you’ve got your venue picked out, it is time to settle on who is invited. The beauty of planning a micro wedding is to keep your guest list narrowed down to your closest family members and friends, aiming for no more than 50 people.

This benchmark ensures that your wedding ceremony will feel intimate and special. Sit down with your partner and think about the people that you can’t imagine celebrating this special day without!

What’s On The Menu?

There are multiple ways to switch up how dinner and cake are served at a micro wedding ceremony. See if you can find some food trucks from your favorite restaurants or that serve some of your favorite types of food. This creates a relaxed vibe that is sure to be really fun for you and your guests.

When it comes to cake, there is no need to go all out if you don’t want to. Check with your local bakery to see if they will work with you to create a smaller wedding cake or even assemble individual cakes for each guest.

Additional Aspects

What’s arguably most important when it comes to planning a wedding of any size is making sure the elements that are the most important to you are arranged and planned out.

An idea that is special and simple to achieve, is creating a remembrance table. If there is anyone that you wish you could invite to this gathering, but they have passed away, you can still honor them by framing pictures of them and displaying them on a table.

The great thing about planning a micro wedding is that in areas that you have saved money on, you can then spend a little extra when it comes to your favorite factors.

If you have always dreamed about creating beautiful and elaborate centerpieces and bouquets, hire a fancy florist that you love. If you want your dress to be the star of the show, put more money towards finding the perfect piece and any alterations it may need.

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