At Robberg Nature Reserve, South Africa, these two brides shared an intimate exchange of vows and promises, a wedding full of emotion and joy
Between lockdowns in Melbourne, Maddie and Molly decided to plan their entire micro wedding in just two and a half months. Café Sidra held host to the event.
For Amanda & Shine, a micro-wedding in the desert was a compromise – turns out it was the perfect option for them both. With a handful of guests they said ‘I do’.
This styled inspiration proves that a backyard wedding can in fact be far from anything boring. With a boho meets modern feel, it celebrates color and love.
After two postponements, Kellie & Vanessa brought together a ten-guest elopement in just a few short weeks.
Forgoing a big celebration, Emily and Sonia decided on an intimate, boho-inspired, micro-wedding on the beautiful beaches of Byron Bay.
After three years of incredible love, Lilah and Taleisha hosted a small modern luxe wedding day at the Calile in Brisbane, Australia.
Laura & Nicole thought for a moment that a fancy big wedding would be the way to go, but eventually decided on a micro-wedding on the NYC High Line.
In an elopement style micro-wedding, Kateland and Kayla shared their wedding day with their favorite people and their favorite holiday, Halloween.
Inspired by the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape this styled inspiration highlights intimate weddings, organic textures and the small, perfect details.