What Is A Micro Wedding And How To Plan It?

What Is A Micro Wedding And How To Plan It?

Yes, many people dream about having massive fairytale weddings. But then there is that group of people who only want their closest family and friends at the wedding to maintain that intimate vibe. These are the people who have popularized micro weddings. With the rising cost of weddings, the concept of micro weddings is gaining more traction to avoid spending big bucks on just a single day.

Read on to learn more about micro weddings and how you can plan one.

Do not confuse a micro wedding with an elopement. The micro-wedding culture lies somewhere between an elopement and an extravagant wedding. It is a well-planned, proper wedding with friends and family, with a guest count of 30-50 people.However, it does not mean getting hitched in your track pants in your backyard, as cutting corners might not be the intention in all cases. Some couples who opt for intimate weddings choose to host a detailed event with fewer guests. Even though saving on the expense is a big benefit of micro weddings, people look to spend their budget on better services for the refined number of guests.Small weddings can be grander than big weddings. After all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. While they may seem like an unconventional idea, they are more meaningful, romantic, cozy, and (not to forget!) budget-friendly as well. If you are looking for some tips and ideas about micro weddings, scroll on to learn how you can plan a dreamy small wedding for yourself.

What To Consider When Planning A Micro Wedding

If you and your fiancé have decided on a simple and small wedding, let nothing else come in your way. Just move ahead and plan your special day. People might feel hurt for not making it to your guest list, so be courteous while explaining the guest limitations. There are also other elements to consider while planning your micro-wedding, such as the following.

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