You Don't Need Huge Crowds To Make A Memorable Wedding

April 21, 2021

When you’re planning your wedding, it’s important to consider what really matters to you in terms of the ceremony and how you celebrate it. To a lot of people, it’s an opportunity to gather up as many people for the biggest celebration possible, but that might not be your speed. But we are often encouraged to have big weddings to make them feel “special.” That need not be the case, however  Here are a few ways to make sure your wedding feels phenomenal even without the huge crowds.

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Personalize it as best as you can

One of the considerations that you have to deal with when planning a big wedding is ensuring that it fits the overall sensibilities of the crowd. However, with a smaller audience, you can make it a lot more personal without worrying about everyone “missing” the point. This can include your own readings, music choices, personalized vows, and even making sure that every guest has a role to play as part of the ceremony, little or large. It creates an atmosphere of inclusion and makes sure it’s one the guests won’t forget in a hurry.

Enjoy a wedding with a vista

One of the benefits of a smaller wedding is that it opens up so many more locations for you. For instance, you don’t have to be as considerate to the needs of so many people, allowing you to get out to the kind of landscapes you find most inspiring. You can, for instance, feel much closer to nature and creation with a trip to a mountain wedding venue. More venues are able to accommodate you, too, if you don’t have an overly large party.

Get away from it all

Aside from choosing the kind of venue that better suits your needs, you can also take the opportunity to have a wedding and a vacation bundled into the same trip. A destination wedding can see you and your loved ones enjoying a location that you have always wanted to visit or perhaps one that has special meaning to you and your soon-to-be spouse. Of course, additional travel can make things more expensive so you might want to consult those that you definitely want at the wedding about how to help them make the trip.

Include people in events around the wedding

If you’re keeping the whole wedding tight-knit, then you can also make sure that the lead-up to the wedding includes that same tight-knit gang. For instance, rather than planning two big separate bachelor and bachelorette parties, it’s becoming a lot more common for those with intimate friend groups to have a joint celebration that includes everyone. For instance, you can take everyone out for a spa and adventure day, giving both sides of the party time to mingle and build a rapport before the big day itself.

It’s not the crowd that makes the wedding. It’s the occasion and how you choose to celebrate it. Hopefully, the tips above help you find the ways that best suit your needs and wants.

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