Diy wedding aisle ideas
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.
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
Squeeze everyone into one tight-knit photo. If this isn’t frame-worthy, we don’t know what is. #throwingupapeacesign
Cedarwood Weddings | Aesthetiica Photography
Opt for standing room only.
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