Say I Do With a Small and Intimate Wedding
So you decided to keep everything low key and small, go you! This is a brave and intimate choice by those who love to march to the beat of their own drum. This is a great way to cut out expensive wedding costs and splurge on the things you desire.
So what exactly is considered a small and intimate wedding? When it comes to small, intimate weddings, the more is not always, the merrier. While there is no magic number, many wedding planners agree that a wedding with fewer than 50 guests is considered on the smaller size. The fewer the guests, the more intimate your wedding will become.
Eloping? Whatever destination you choose, courthouse, state park, oceanside, so forth, I will be there to share in those most sacred, warm moments. You won’t see one backdrop or standard wedding cliché. This is not a typical cookie-cutter day. This day is as unique as the couple. As I say, wherever the wind will take me, let this be an easy and rememberable day!
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Five Things to Remember For Your Wedding Day
The first definite must is to remember your rings. It seems straight forward, right?
With the jitters and nerves going, you can easily forget the smallest but most important part! Plans can entirely fall through if these are forgotten. No rings, probably no wedding.
Bring the essentials! This means the bouquet, cuff links, jewelry, veil, shoes, and watches.
Pamper yourselves the week of. Get your eyebrows tinted and waxed, have your hair color refreshed and trimmed, have the groom’s beard trimmed or shaved, and make sure nails are cleaned and polished!
Have your outfits or dresses ready and fitted. If you have a destination in mind, make sure you are dressed for the setting. Depending on if it is indoors or outdoors, hot or cold, you might want to think about how you will dress to make sure you are comfortable. I have seen many couples get married in formal suits and gowns to more dressy-casual outfits.
Last but not least, your wedding vows. If you plan on exchanging words, I encourage you to bring these. You want your elopement to feel tender and special. Your feelings will radiate on camera, providing you with breathtaking photographs.