Micro weddings, or small weddings, are intimate affairs with about 50 guests or fewer. Some great examples of micro weddings include outdoor weddings and backyard weddings with just close family and friends. An intimate wedding might include a no-frills elopement ceremony as well.
If you’re planning a micro wedding, you’ll still need to follow a wedding planning checklist and read up on some tips for making the big day extra special. You can expect less stress and less to keep track of, but there are some special things to keep in mind while planning a micro wedding. Gain some inspiration from Shutterfly and get started planning the small wedding of your dreams!
Love is patient, love is kind. The Bible is a resource to find romantic verses about love and relationships useful for writing your vows or reading during the ceremony. Incorporate your favorite Bible verses into your wedding along with your wedding decor. 9 min read
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As more and more people plan their weddings, they look to having minimonies and micro weddings to ease the cost of an expensive wedding day. Minimonies are a great way for couples to have a low key wedding, keeping their wedding more personal. 8 min read
Micro weddings are increasingly popular among couples getting married in order to keep costs low and making the wedding day more intimate and easy to manage. Check out these micro wedding planning ideas and tips for your small micro wedding day. 7 min read
Find romantic wedding vows to share for your big day. These 100 romantic wedding vow ideas are sure to spark some inspiration for how you can show your love. Browse our wedding vow examples to come up with your memorable and meaningful wedding vows. < 1