Big weddings are not always wanted by everyone, have a small wedding without hurting anyone’s feelings
Although most of the people want their wedding day to be unforgettable, the truth is that not all people want big, glamorous weddings. A small wedding can be just as precious, beautiful and emotional as a big one – but the key with planning such a wedding is making sure that you don’t hurt anyone’s feelings. How to do this? Here are some helpful tips you might want to keep in mind:
• If you want to have a micro-wedding because you live very far away from most of your acquaintances, send invitations only to your closest relatives and friends. This way, nobody will feel obliged to send a wedding gift even if they cannot attend the wedding. Even more, you will save yourself the pressure of having to handle all the “no” RSVPs you are likely to receive.
• To make everyone feel included (even those who cannot actually attend the wedding), you could ask your photographer to post photos in real time. Also, you could set up a video feed as well – so that your loved ones feel closer to you on this important day of your life.
• If you really want a reception, you can have a “second” one when you get back home (or nearer to your friends and relatives). This reception can have all the elements of a “first reception” – from bouquet toss to wearing a wedding gown, everything is allowed as long as it makes you feel happy.
If you need help planning your small wedding, don’t forget to check with the Bride World exhibitors. Professional, dedicated and madly passionate about weddings, our expert wedding vendors will help you plan a dream-like wedding no matter how large or small you want it to be!
Photo source: flickr.com/ Ryan Polei
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