As we continue through the “corona-coaster” of 2020, more and more couples are opting to host tiny weddings in lieu of their larger, more traditional celebrations. As a wedding planner and designer, it has been so much fun (and such an adventure) to work alongside couples to plan these “minimonies,” “tiny weddings,” “intimate weddings,” and all the other fun names people are dubbing this emerging trend with 50 guests or less. Some couples are opting to host a tiny wedding instead of a larger affair, and others are hosting a tiny wedding in 2020 and will have a larger-scale party when all the COVID-craziness ends (let’s hear it for how EPIC those parties will be!).
(This was featured on Wedding Chicks, here).
Tiny weddings are a great option for couples to consider. Across the nation, there are various rules and regulations that need to be followed - so rethinking a large celebration and planning something more intimate may be the right choice. If you are having a smaller soiree than originally planned, you can still make it an incredible experience for you and your guests!
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The Team of Creatives that made it all happen:
Florals/Design: Tyler Speier Events, email@example.com, @tylerspeier
Venue: Chandon (Inga Winkler), firstname.lastname@example.org, @chandonusa
Press: Bridal Bar (Harmony Walton), @bridalbar
Photography: James and Jess, @jessfairchild @jameswitty
Videography: Elysium Productions (Julie Hill), @elysiumweddings
Calligraphy: Jessica Yee Calligraphy, @calligraph.yee
Linens: La Tavola Fine Linens, @latavolalinen
Specialty Rentals: Theoni, @theonicollection
Rentals: Bright Event Rentals, @brighteventrentals
Cake: Crushcakes, @crushcakescafe
Favors: Sugarfina, @sugarfina
Chiffon: Bella Vista Designs, @bellavistadesigns
Female Fashion 1: BHLDN, @bhldn
Female Fashion 2: Amsale, @amsale
Men’s Fashion: Friar Tux, @friartux
Models: Look Model Agency, @lookmodelagency
Hair and Makeup: PMA Style (Maria Chang) @pmastyle