No aspect of our lives has been untouched by the pandemic — and that includes our romantic relationships. According to the Brides 2020 American Wedding Study, 66 percent of couples made the decision to postpone their 2020 wedding. And 81 percent of respondents said the pandemic has changed their expectations for their wedding day.
Those who’ve decided to go ahead with their nuptials typically opted for what’s been dubbed a micro wedding. This includes all the same traditions as larger weddings but on a much smaller scale. While there are no hard-and-fast rules, micro weddings usually have no more than 50 guests.
Of course, smaller weddings have always been around — not everybody has the budget or the desire for a 500-strong guest list. But thanks to our new reality, the micro wedding has become a trend that won’t necessarily go out of style any time soon. Here are some tips and tricks on how to do just that.