We are all living with many restrictions in 2020, masks, minimal socialising, small weddings.
I have done four micro weddings this year and I have to say they were stunning, very intimate and happy. All the trimmings were there but on a smaller scale. The ceremony took on a special meaning because of the intimacy of the small numbers.
The guests informed me they were particularly honoured to have been invited and really went out of their way to create a loving and special day.
Remember when planning a micro wedding to consider all aspects of your wedding, photography - you will have time to set up some special shots inside and outside of your venue, you won't need to rush your photographer. Your flowers can be as fabulous and gorgeous as planned for a larger wedding. Your food will still be amazing and the staff serving won't be rushing to get out large numbers of meals worrying about it being hot.
You will be able to chat to all of your guests in a relaxed way instead of spending time making sure you speak to everyone you will be able to spend time with all of your guests, your guests will be one happy , chatty group, there won't be small separate groups.
A micro wedding is a beautiful intimate celebration of your love, with your most special people there, enjoy every minute of your day.
So here we are, heading towards Halloween, why not have a lovely autumnal celebrations, all the lovely autumn colours, beautiful pumpkins carved and place at the end of your guest seating with candles in - this will look stunning, consider a themed wedding, I did an outdoor wedding last year with a Halloween theme, it was fabulous, all woodland style table decorations with small pumpkins, the wedding cake was chocolate and decorated like a tree with pumpkins in, very simple but so impressive, let your imagination run free, let your wedding celebrant write you your unique and personalised ceremony bringing in the theme you have chosen.