Make Your Small Wedding Feel Intimate and Not Empty
Your wedding should reflect you – who you are as a couple, what you stand for, what your love story is like. Therefore, regardless of what traditions and etiquette may say, you are more than free to have a wedding as large or as small as you may want it to be.
How to make your small wedding feel intimate and not empty? Here are some very important tips to keep in mind:
• The space of your ceremony site matters a lot, especially since this is supposed to be a very emotional and unforgettable. If you want to have your ceremony in a religious house of worship, remember that it is more than likely that you will not be able to move around the chairs. So, you will have to make sure the guests occupy the front rows (this way, they will stay close to each other and the space will feel less empty).
• Furthermore, if you want to have your ceremony at a special site that allows you more personalization, we highly recommend you to arrange the chairs in a circle or semi-circle. This is ideal for a small wedding, as it will bring people closer and make the entire event feel cozier and more intimate.
• Last, but definitely not least, remember that you can have a small wedding in a larger venue – but you should first make sure you can rent out just a smaller part of that venue, so that everyone feels comfortable there. For example, if you want to have a museum wedding, see if you can only get a smaller room in the building – it will be a better option for you, given that you do not have a very large guest list.
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AUTHOR: Bridal Marketing Group