In the midst of Covid-19 pandemic, you might be wondering whether to continue with
your wedding plans or to postpone your celebration for an upcoming year(s).
Yes, coronavirus has disrupted the wedding industry, but don’t despair…
The truth is, it is undoubtedly stressful to plan any kind of gatherings with the current situation, especially a day that includes your friends and family, sometimes traveling from all over the world.
So what shall you do not to sacrifice your chance to celebrate?
First of all, keep calm. If you chose your date for a specific reason and have
an emotional connection to it, there is still a way!
Have you been considering having a Micro Wedding? If you aren’t familiar with the term,
it stands for an intimate celebration, normally with no more than 20 guests.
Despite smaller scale, micro weddings are fully thought-through and planned wedding days,
just for a smaller guest list. They still feature traditions that make a regular wedding,
but with fewer guests, there is less work and fewer opinions and people to please.
Being smaller in size, it’s usually means it is more budget friendly, more relaxed and
shorter in length than a traditional wedding day.
Being more personalized, micro weddings allow you to let your imagination run wild!
Not only that you are allowed to experiment with eccentric outfits and special decorations or colors, but you also have an access to unique spaces and vendors you wouldn’t even consider
hiring for a big wedding. Renting non-traditional venues are both more affordable
and suitable for your group size.
2020 is all about personalization and an outstanding atmosphere!
Creating a personal experience, both for you and your guests, can make your big day
celebration even more meaningful, even in the time of social restrictions.
Despite its size, micro-weddings can still have a macro style!
And, no matter when and how you decide to tie a knot, it is important to keep your eye
on the end goal - you are marrying your best friend and celebrating
the never-ending bond you promised to each other.