The world is a strange place right now. With coronavirus raging war on the whole planet, many couples have suffered at the hands of this devastating virus. Some have had to postpone their weddings, while others have had to cancel the whole thing – and lose a lot of money in the process. However, it’s time to look on the positive side of life, and it’s time to look forward to 2021 being full of love and laughter with micro weddings.
There’s no doubt about the fact that the world of weddings sees trends chop and change every single year. One year the traditional wedding is all the rage, and the next year everyone’s falling head over heels for the rustic theme. While it seems as though the 2020 wedding theme is redundant, it’s pretty clear that 2021 is going to be all about micro weddings.
Cutting The Guestlist Down
When people think of micro weddings, they often turn their noses up. However, if it was good enough for Carrie Bradshaw, then it’s definitely one of the coolest ways to turn your wedding into something special. The idea behind a micro wedding is that you cut down what could be a giant event into something much smaller and more intimate. With a guest list of just 20 people, you can get married in front of the people who mean more to you than anyone else.
Saving Extra Money
We have a feeling that people will still be on coronavirus alert even in 2021, which is why micro weddings could be more appealing. That’s not the only reason why it could be a worthwhile choice, though. Micro weddings are not only smaller, but they are also much cheaper. This leaves you space to save extra money for that epic honeymoon you’ve been dreaming of.
So, could you be swayed to plan a micro wedding?