The ultimate guide to organizing a micro-wedding

Have you heard the buzz about micro-weddings? If you are planning to get married in 2020, we know you are. It's no secret that COVID-19 has changed the wedding industry. From requiring couples to change their wedding plans to a wave of new terms such as “micro-marriage” and “virtual wedding,” couples are navigating uncharted waters while planning a micro-wedding.


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Lucky for you, we have access to a carefully selected group of the best wedding photographers, planners, florists, DJs and more who are eager to provide answers to all the burning questions about planning a micro wedding.


Planning a micro-wedding:

  • A micro-wedding allows couples to retain the similar elements of a traditional wedding with a much smaller number of guests.

  • Invite the people who are closest to you - those you see or talk to regularly.

  • Get creative in your decorating ideas and pamper guests with a delicious treat or surprise entertainment.

  • Wear something fun - or totally traditional. It's up to you !

  • Plan a timeline with plenty of room to enjoy your memories with loved ones.

  • Hire a team of rock star vendors to make the wedding of your dreams come true.


What is a micro-marriage?

There is a lot of confusing and contradictory information about micro-marriages online, especially since they are closely related to what we would call an intimate 'elopement' wedding. In fact, micro-marriages are intimate by nature. So, what does that give? For starters, micro-weddings typically have fewer than 30 people.

However, as the couple planning the wedding, you have the power to define what the micro wedding means to you. It is more about a state of mind than a precise number of places at the table. The flexibility and the intimate experience are exactly the reasons we love it!

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Personalized event planning and design services. So you can focus on what matters most.

I take the time to get to know you, learn more about your aesthetic preferences, know how (and when) you prefer to work, and understand your overall goals in order to provide you with a personalized event planning experience that's right for you.


From selecting the venue to sourcing the decor, to the day of execution, I always make sure that the planning and design process is flawless, stress-free and - most importantly - full of ongoing smiles. of road.


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What to wear for your micro-wedding

If you are determined to break away from tradition, it can be fun to think of the wedding outfits that best reflect your personal style. We adore wedding dresses or garden wedding jumpsuits, and any outfit can be made unique for your day.

Dress in a lime green suit or choose to save your entire wedding look. We can't wait to see your creative wedding outfits!

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How to personalize your micro-wedding

Micro-weddings were created for couples who have had to forgo any tradition or "must have" due to COVID-19. This change has created a great opportunity for all moving couples to focus only on the things that best represent their love. Whether you choose to make your day special with the caterer at your favorite restaurant or a scavenger hunt for your guests (we love this idea), this is sure to be a day where you create extraordinary memories while spending quality time with those you love. you like the most.

Have a micro wedding destination.

Make your micro-wedding last longer than a day (for example, you can rent a house and have all your favorite people stay with you for a week to make the love and fun last longer) .

Plan an adventure or fun activities with your guests, like a boat ride, helicopter ride, hike, campfire, karaoke - of course this will depend on your budget, number of guests and what that you like to do.
Have people write you letters of what they wish for you in the future in a sealed box for you to read on one of your birthdays.

Perform a spiritual ritual during your ceremony.


I take the time to get to know you, learn more about your aesthetic preferences, know how (and when) you prefer to work, and understand your overall goals in order to provide you with a personalized event planning experience that's right for you.


From selecting the venue to sourcing the decor, to the day of execution, I always make sure that the planning and design process is flawless, stress-free and - most importantly - full of ongoing smiles. of road.


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