What is a microwedding?
At its simplest, a microwedding means a wedding with less than 20 people. Today, microweddings are a creative and resourceful way couples are dealing with the effect of the pandemic on the wedding industry.
Small weddings are not new. They have always been a cool, chic style of event for the confident couple that is unrestrained by societal norms of what a wedding looks like today. To us, a microwedding means meaningful connections and real quality time with the most important people in your life.
Our microweddings package is refocused to fit current social distancing guidelines and safety requirements. We are planning events for up to 50 guests depending on the state’s phase of reopening. They are versatile and innovative. The small size actually opens up a whole new array of opportunities in your budget and venue choices. Perhaps you’ve been eyeing a ceremony arch on Pinterest that you can now splurge on or you’re interested in a rooftop venue that could never have fit 100 guests.
Your microwedding will be magical, memorable, and significant. Let’s start planning!
What do you need to plan your microwedding?
A Wedding Planner
We always recommend a planner to take the weight off your shoulders throughout the planning process and day-of, but especially now that traditional planning will require some extra creativity. We will help you navigate costs and contracts, adhering to local ordinances, and creative details such as live streaming.
Finding a venue during the coronavirus may take a little extra leg work, but that’s where we come in. We will help you find a spot that fits your vision and your budget. When it comes to the contract, small weddings look a little different and we want to make sure all your needs are met.
A wedding really only requires three people: the couple and the officiant. Microwedding season may be a good time to consider a friend or family member to officiate and keep the number of people in the room smaller. If you’d like to hire one, we’ll help you locate an officiant that can adapt to social distancing and connect to you as a couple.
A microwedding still takes a team to put together. From your caterer to your hair and makeup stylists to your florist, your vendors are the people that bring your dream to life and we are stocked with referrals to offer you.
Where do we begin?
Whether you are reinventing a postponed wedding or starting your planning from scratch, bring a planner on board now. Read more about our microweddings package here.
And if you’re not sure you’re ready for a planner, but need some assistance getting started, check out our one-time consult service.
Your wedding day is an important milestone to share with friends and family. COVID-19 may have made a few changes to the way we plan, but it won’t change the magic and beauty of celebrating your marriage.