Just your closest few...
Micro Wedding guest lists number approximately 20 or fewer people, so rather than staring at your seating plan with the cold realisation that you’ve left great Aunty Marge off the invite list, and Cousin Louie will be sitting at the kids table with a crowd ten years his junior, you can invite and celebrate with those people closest to your heart.
Mid Week Magic
Micro Weddings are often mistakenly referred to (even by me on numerous occasions before now) as elopements. Well, yes and no. Technically an elopement is the marrying couple heading off to get hitched in secret, and then returning with the big news, but the two options do share many similarities, such as heading to a special location with just a few of your crew and a certain amount of exclusivity. Your Micro Wedding can also borrow a leaf out of the ol’ elopement book by being on a weekday. Let’s face it, there are only 52 Saturdays in a year, with many couples vying for the same venues, celebrants, florists, and photographers, midweek dates are cheaper and more flexible.
Quality over Quantity
Weddings. Are. Expensive.
Yep, I know, it’s a novel insight, but I tell you, I speak the truth. When your guest list is small, however, your resources don’t have to be spread so thin. Really, really want that champagne tower but can’t justify 150 glasses worth? You can for 20 people. Desperately want lobster, oysters, and a cake larger than you for the reception? Go for it! You’ll also be able to sit down with all of your guests and have a good conversation, without feeling like you’ve whirled your way through the crowd.