5 Non-traditional Ideas To Plan A Small Intimate Wedding

5 Non-traditional Ideas To Plan A Small Intimate Wedding

Small Wedding, Dream Big. Small weddings are the perfect opportunity to make your guests feel extra special while reclaiming time to truly experience your own big event. Plus, the smaller headcount provides the opportunity to do things that you couldn’t at a larger scale, from unique entertaining ideas to more customized dining options.

If you always dreamed of an intimate wedding with your closest friends and family members, read below 9 small wedding ideas to help make your day memorable.

  • Book an unorthodox wedding venue

Danielle Elder, owner and principal planner, said: “With a smaller guest count, clients can throw out traditional ceremony norms! The trend now for smaller weddings is to create an intimate ceremony in the round so everyone can get a bird’s-eye view.” 

Book an unorthodox wedding venue
Book an unorthodox wedding venue
  • Go over the top with the entertainment

Can you really have a wedding reception without one? Provide your guests with all the photo booth props they need to create those Kodak moments.
Embrace the trend for relaxed, rustic weddings and dine alfresco. 
For more fun, poll the crowd during the reception for first dance ideas and tips for blissful married life.

Go over the top with the entertainment
Go over the top with the entertainment
  • Sending UNIQUE wedding invitations to wow your guests

Not only can wedding invitation help all your wedding guests come together, but create intimate celebration to get quality face time with each attendee as well as create a more relaxed, casual vibe.

Sending UNIQUE wedding invitations to wow your guests
Sending UNIQUE wedding invitations to wow your guests
  • Don’t forget cozy drinks & food

Skip the pricey bar tab and pick up a couple 24-packs. Prepare custom koozy wedding favors! Hire a food truck for late-night snacks.

Don't forget cozy drinks & food
  •  Stay true to yourselves

After all, it is your and your partner’s wedding. Keep things affordable and take some of the DIY stress. Don’t be afraid to seek for help.

 Stay true to yourselves

Bottom line: Invite who you want, break traditions, keep things simple, and don’t second-guess yourself.

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