Not wanting a large scale event, but not wanting to elope, many of our couples now embrace the emerging trend for a microwedding – an intimate gathering of family and friends.
What is a microwedding?
Unlike an elopement, which is organised by the bride and groom in secret, a microwedding retains some of the structure of a traditional wedding, except on a smaller scale.
So you’ve decided on a send off.
Now it’s time to prepare!
Luckily this is super simple to do, but there are a few things you’ll need.
Here they are.
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