If the thought of an over-the-top Party of the Year wedding makes you break out in hives, maybe a smaller, more intimate event is more your style. A guest list of 120 or fewer can naturally mean spending less, but it can also translate into being able to cater to special details that will make your wedding unique and memorable.
Florals – Most weddings use floral décor on tables, but with fewer tables needing decorating, you’ll have more to spend on entrance ways, bar tops, and the ceremony site.
Bar – With fewer guests to serve, you’ll be able to expand from just beer and wine choices to a full bar or specialty cocktails.
Table Tops – Besides florals, you can add special touches like custom food and drink menus, upgrade to fancy linens and tableware, or foil printed place cards.
Venue – Large venues often feel impersonal, so look for a venue that specializes in accommodating to 150 guests or less. You’ll be able to visit with your guests in a more intimate setting where their presence feels truly appreciated.
A small wedding can be more elegant, more meaningful, and more you!