3 tips for your Micro Wedding

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2020 has not looked like any of us planned or hoped. Some of you have opted for a micro wedding in front of family and friends on Zoom, with plans for a large party later on. Many have postponed your wedding until 2021. Still others of you have just gotten engaged and have high hopes for your dream wedding in 2021 or 2022, but know there is still uncertainty surrounding gatherings. Whatever your situation is, we know that your love is worth celebrating.

3 tips for making your micro wedding extra special:

1. Design
Use this opportunity to decorate a romantic, luxurious table with the intimate group you are able to celebrate with. A smaller group allows you to choose the specialty chargers, fun flatware, designer linens, and more lush flowers to create your dream table. After so many years in the industry, we have relationships with the areas best vendors to recommend and pull together those top of the line items you’re looking for. An intimate wedding celebration does not have to be small on style!
2. Dress
Use this opportunity to choose a less formal, more fun dress! A floral design, a sleek black pantsuit, a midi cocktail dress… Add more of your personality to your fashion choice for your elopement. Our bride Meredith opted for a floral dress that was perfect for a spring wedding and can be worn over and over.
3. Vow books
Nothing is certain except your love for each other. Have your vows written down in a beautiful and meaningful way for you to cherish and revisit for a lifetime. What a beautiful keepsake to pass down through the generations!
It may not be how you imagined it when 2020 started, but you’ve made it through a challenging year together. Celebrate your love and pop the champagne! We understand that everyone is looking for something a little different. Call us to create a personalized micro wedding package that fits your needs.
Need some inspiration? Check out a colorful DC micro wedding here and a sweet Virginia elopement here.
Photo credit: Perry Vaile