Many couples are taking on the approach that less is indeed more; small, intimate weddings are on the rise and we're all for them!
So, gone are the days of trying to impress and please everyone. Remember, this is your day and it should only be shared with those who truly contribute and impact positively on your happiness. Trust us, you have no reason to feel guilty about not inviting Aunt Patty or your twice removed cousins.
So, lovely brides-to-be, take our advice and let us help you plan your most spectacular, intimate wedding...
If travel lies close to your heart, we would definitely recommend a destination wedding. One of the easiest ways to ensure your wedding remains small and intimate is by having it far from home. So, if you and your fiancé have been dreaming about a particular place you've always wanted to visit, why not consider having your wedding there?
Destination weddings offer couples and their nearest and dearest a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel together and spend time away at an exotic location!
One of the best parts of intimate weddings is that you can truly spoil your guests. Instead of spending all your hard earned cash on hundreds of guests, make it extra special for your closest friends and family who will be attending.
Rehearsal dinners, a great band, a lavish meal, personalised welcome gifts, wedding guest transport and champagne towers are only a few of the things we absolutely adore!
We've said it before, and we'll say it again - this is YOUR day and you have no reason to feel guilty about excluding certain people from your guest list.
Believe us wen when we say, your future self will thank you for this when you look back on your wedding day photos.
Coordinating large bridal parties can be stressful - something we'd like to avoid at all costs! By keeping your bridal party small, you will be able to plan your wedding with great ease.
A small wedding does not necessarily mean simple. To some extent it does, but with smaller weddings, your guests are more likely to pay closer attention to decor and other details. Our best advice? Don't skimp or compromise - go big and give your guests an experience that will last a lifetime as one of their best memories!