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Top Tips For Your Micro-Wedding



  1. Embrace the intimacy Large weddings can be great fun and more inclusive but the more guests at your ceremony the less intimate the atmosphere and the more hosting duties that ensue. Having fewer people means you can share pivotal moments such as exchanging your vows, with the people who mean the most to you.

  2. Make it all about you! Make your day a reflection of you as a couple; let it incorporate what you both enjoy and embrace what is truly you as a couple. This goes for all weddings but when the guest list is smaller (and indeed the overall cost per head) this allows you to splurge on and prioritise elements of your day that you would otherwise have had to limit.

  3. Choose the perfect setting Make your day a reflection of you as a couple; let it incorporate what you both enjoy and embrace what is truly you as a couple. This goes for all weddings but when the guest list is smaller (and indeed the overall cost per head) this allows you to splurge on and prioritise elements of your day that you would otherwise have had to limit.

  4. Relax the rules Make your day a reflection of you as a couple; let it incorporate what you both enjoy and embrace what is truly you as a couple. This goes for all weddings but when the guest list is smaller (and indeed the overall cost per head) this allows you to splurge on and prioritise elements of your day that you would otherwise have had to limit.

  5. Get personal Make your day a reflection of you as a couple; let it incorporate what you both enjoy and embrace what is truly you as a couple. This goes for all weddings but when the guest list is smaller (and indeed the overall cost per head) this allows you to splurge on and prioritise elements of your day that you would otherwise have had to limit.

  6. Don't ditch the detail ... or the fun! Make your day a reflection of you as a couple; let it incorporate what you both enjoy and embrace what is truly you as a couple. This goes for all weddings but when the guest list is smaller (and indeed the overall cost per head) this allows you to splurge on and prioritise elements of your day that you would otherwise have had to limit.

  7. Think lavish Roman banquet Make your day a reflection of you as a couple; let it incorporate what you both enjoy and embrace what is truly you as a couple. This goes for all weddings but when the guest list is smaller (and indeed the overall cost per head) this allows you to splurge on and prioritise elements of your day that you would otherwise have had to limit.

  8. Double up Now that your wedding is likely to be costing you significantly less than it was originally how about making it a two day event? Make the most of really spending time with those closest to you, and not just for twelve hours! Whether a stay overnight, or a next day bottomless brunch, lunch and supper; hours of grazing and lazing, or an afternoon of fun and activities to celebrate your first official day as husband and wife.

  9. Pets Allowed With fewer people to consider and a less stressful environment for our furry friends why not include them in your special day.

  10. Hire a Wedding Planner Often thought of as a luxury the breadth of advantages of hiring a wedding planner might surprise you.

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