Planning a wedding is a daunting experience, especially if you have to account for close to a hundred or more guests. The idea of an intimate celebration space is growing in popularity because it’s much easier to plan for around 50 or fewer guests. It’s a more intimate affair for the closest friends and family members, making planning a lot easier.
This post will discuss how you can pick the ideal micro-wedding venue to craft an intimate wedding day celebration.
What is a Micro Wedding?
A micro wedding is a small-scale celebration usually involving under 50 people. They’ve grown in popularity because managing a large wedding can be stressful. Some couples prefer a more intimate wedding with their closest friends and family members.
Why Choose a Micro Wedding Venue for Your Big Day?
Larger Choice of Venues: You typically have a more extensive choice of venues because they’re smaller.
Availability of Venues: Micro weddings typically won’t be full-day events like traditional weddings. This means you don’t have to wait months or over a year for availability.
Smaller Guest Count: Since you’re booking an intimate celebration space, you can use the entire venue without feeling like you have to book many guests.
Cost-Effective Weddings: Micro wedding venues can be a lot more cost-effective when compared to traditional, more significant celebrations.
More Planning Flexibility: With a smaller venue comes more flexibility in decorations, rearranging spaces, and culinary choices.
Hosting a Memorable Micro Wedding Event
Clearly Define Your Budget: It’s a good idea to clearly define your budget and let your wedding planner know so they can accurately gauge how much to spend on your personalized celebration space.
Prioritize Aspects of Your Wedding: You may also want to set a priority for each aspect of your wedding should you hit your budget limit. For instance, you could focus on amenities and services over unique decorative elements.
Take Advantage of Unique Venues: Micro wedding venues can offer a unique personalized wedding setting to theme your celebration. Try to take full advantage of any amenities and services on offer.
Plan Your Personalization: You might have little time to decorate due to the nature of these shorter wedding events. Plan and coordinate with staff to ensure your decorations are in place before the event.
Consider the Venue Size: Pick a cozy wedding venue that fits the number of guests you plan to invite. It can be challenging to envision that many people when you’re scouting out a venue, so it might help to ask for photographs or the opinion of the venue owners.
Included Services and Package Options: Not all micro wedding venues provide package or all-inclusive wedding options. Some only provide the venue, and you may need to look for outside catering and entertainment options.
Work With a Planner: Despite the smaller guest count, there are still many considerations to keep in mind in micro-wedding planning. Hire a planner or ask the venue if they offer planning services to help you.
Conclusion: Creating the Perfect Intimate Micro Wedding
Micro venues can make for the ideal wedding location if you only want to invite a few dozen or fewer people. Unique micro-wedding venues can offer something personalized and distinctly different from traditional venues. From the included catering options and hospitality services to entertainment, there’s something special about each micro-wedding venue that can help you create a memorable and exciting event.
When it comes to small wedding venue selection, The Warehouse stands out as one of the premier options in New Jersey. Our farmhouse space is a trendy and exclusive micro wedding venue, offering a blank canvas for micro weddings and private events. Part of our venue experience is giving clients access to a hands-on wedding planner and sophisticated catering options to make your wedding memorable.
Why Choose The Warehouse for Your Micro Wedding
Are you ready for one of the biggest days of your life? Contact us today, and we’ll help you arrange an unforgettable micro wedding at The Warehouse by David Alan.
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