4 Tips for a Small yet Memoriable Wedding

Planning a wedding is no small feat, but it is possible to have a beautiful and memorable day without spending an exorbitant amount of money or causing family feuds. If you’re planning a small wedding, here are four tips to make sure your day is everything you’ve ever dreamed of.

Location, Location, Location

When it comes to having a small wedding, the venue is everything. You want a place that is both intimate and special to you and your partner. If you’re set on having a church ceremony but don’t want to spend the money on a large venue, look into smaller chapels or even non-traditional locations like parks or public gardens.  Another thing to consider when narrowing down your location is the time of year. Getting married in the off-season (think winter or early spring) can save you a significant amount of money on your overall venue costs.


Keep it Simple 

Small weddings lend themselves nicely to more simplistic designs. When it comes to your decorations, less is definitely more. A few well-placed flowers or candles can go a long way in making your space look elegant and romantic. The same goes for your wedding attire—choose something timeless that you’ll be comfortable in. And the same should go for any bride’s maids. You could even suggest they wear their own dresses in the color of your choosing.


Have a Reception Dinner at a Restaurant

Restaurants are a great location for an intimate wedding reception dinner with close family and friends without having to worry about the cooking and cleaning. It can also be a fun way to try out a new restaurant for your first meal as a married couple. To make sure everything goes smoothly, be sure to choose a venue that has a private room, like zprime. You'll also want to confirm that they can accommodate any dietary restrictions your guests may have. Once you've taken care of the logistics, all you need to do is relax and enjoy your special day.


DIY Where You Can

As with anything related to weddings, enlisting the help of professionals comes at a cost. If you have creative friends or family members who are willing to lend a hand, take advantage of their talents by delegating some of the decorations or flower arrangements. Not only will this give your wedding a more personal touch, but it will also save you some money along the way.


At the end of the day, it’s not about how much money you spend or how many people are in attendance—it’s about marrying the love of your life surrounded by those who mean the most to you both. Concentrate on making sure those key people are there and let everything else fall into place around them. With these four tips, you’ll be well on your way to planning a small yet memorable wedding that celebrates your love without breaking the bank.


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