Courtney and Kirsten held an intimate, colorful wedding at the Vaughn House Greenhouse, with just 30 guests. They ditched the wedding reception, only hosting a ceremony.
Big weddings with big budgets might be a thing of the past with micro-weddings and intimate ceremonies on the rise – and for very good reason.
Amaris and Cortnie shared an intimate sand ceremony surrouned by just 10 guests at their Puerto Rico elopement.
With less than two months to plan, this couple married in Hocking Hills, surrounded by a handful of loved ones, stormy skies and a whole lot of love.
Their backup option was a small backyard wedding in luei of a bigger formal wedding, turns out the backyard wedding was better than they could imagine.
Wedding plans might have changed three times, but not having their day was never an option. Alora and Danielle married in the forests of Canada in this intimate wedding.
Their wedding guest list was cut down thanks to COVID, which was a blessing in disguise. Their romantic wedding was intimate and perfect.
After two postponements, Kellie & Vanessa brought together a ten-guest elopement in just a few short weeks.
During the global pandemic, Caitlin and Haley married in an intimate rustic wedding, in South Carolina with their two children and a handful of loved ones.
They had planned a small wedding, but COVID meant that their plans were stalled. They married anyway in an intimate ceremony in California.