Diy southern wedding ideas
Have everyone stand for a short-but-sweet ceremony. (Unless someone needs a chair, of course!)
The Stable at Bluemont Vineyard | Lisa Boggs Photography
Keep it tight.
Ditch the giant bridal party in favor of just a couple siblings or BFFs.
Gather in Downtown McKinney | Blue Elephant Photography
Squeeze everyone into one tight-knit photo.
If this isn’t frame-worthy, we don’t know what is. #throwingupapeacesign
Cedarwood Weddings | Aesthetiica Photography
Surround yourself with love.
Take advantage of the little number of attendees by giving everyone the best seat in the house!
Seven4One | Nicolette Moku Photography
Because bigger isn’t always better.
Hyatt Carmel Highlands | Carol Oliva Photography
Small weddings are trending—and it’s not just because they’re easier on the wallet.
Couples are opting for a more intimate celebration to get quality face time with each attendee as well as create a more relaxed, casual vibe. But casual doesn’t own to mean simple—there are so numerous ways to craft a bite-sized event that’s brimming with custom-curated details!
Small weddings provide a bit more wiggle room with the budget, which allows ample chance to get creative. To prove it, here’s a compilation of swoon-worthy ideas for a little wedding that you’ll no doubt desire to steal.
Open up the mic.
Instead of having just the traditional speeches, make your reception an «open mic night» for anyone who’d love to tell a few words.
(Just prepare yourselves for the uncensored insidejokes!)
Carmel Valley Ranch | The de Jaureguis
Dine family style.
Seat your nearest and dearest at a endless table and enjoy a family-style meal together.
Deepwood Museum & Gardens | Alexis Arnold Photography