There are various types of wedding celebrations. One of the more popular types is the traditional wedding based on either the bride or groom’s religion. Then there’s the large wedding celebration which requires the couple to splurge for the affair. In contrast to this, some couples prefer a small wedding or intimate wedding, consisting of a small group of attendees and fewer guests.
For several years now, more couples want to have a smaller wedding with, of course, a smaller guest list. Due to the present-day pandemic, a wedding ceremony is becoming an intimate celebration, like an elopement, a minimony, or a private backyard wedding. Virtual weddings are also a thing now as social distancing is the norm. Nevertheless, the wedding ceremony generating much buzz is the micro wedding, which is actually turning out to be a modern-day bride’s dream wedding in these trying times.
Wedding planning requires much attention to detail. What makes micro weddings unique from other wedding celebrations is the small guest count. Usually, it is only family members and a few close friends invited to the wedding reception.
A micro wedding does not necessarily equate to a minimony. Whereas minimonies are just what the term suggests, a mini ceremony, a micro wedding is more like a brilliant idea to spend on the trivialities while cutting down on the wedding scale itself.