How to add style to your micro wedding

We recently learned that weddings are going to be limited to approx 25 people for the foreseeable future. We understand this is a huge decision to make on whether you’re going to postpone or limit your guest count to just family and close friends- aka: Micro Wedding. But does that really mean you need to nix all the pretty decor and style from your wedding day? Heck no!

A few weeks back on an episode of The Vendor Table, Krista of ReBloom Florals and School House Studios brought up some really great ideas for hosting an epic micro wedding and it got us thinking of all the great ways to add some glam to your day. In fact, a micro wedding is the perfect time to incorporate some of those fancier (treat yo self) Pinterest worthy ideas that you may not have been able to do originally. Regardless if you’re now getting married in the backyard or a smaller venue location, you can still have a stylish wedding day you and your guests will remember for years to come!


go black tie


Make your day special by having your micro wedding black tie. It’s a fun way for everyone to dress up and really make the day extra special. It’ll look really nice in your photographs as well! We recommend The Black Tux who offers a great selection …

Make your day special by having your micro wedding black tie. It’s a fun way for everyone to dress up and really make the day extra special. It’ll look really nice in your photographs as well! We recommend The Black Tux who offers a great selection you can try on at home for free! Plus return shipping is insanely easy! Trust us, we’ve done it! Ask us how to receive a special discount too!

Photographer: Addie Eshelman Photography

dine in style with luxe tablescapes

Less people means less tables and more space to decorate with social distancing guidelines this probably means 4-6 people per table. (just a guess, not a fact!). This gives you the opportunity to glam up those tables with decorative plates, cups and…

Less people means less tables and more space to decorate with social distancing guidelines this probably means 4-6 people per table. (just a guess, not a fact!). This gives you the opportunity to glam up those tables with decorative plates, cups and silverware. We are fans of Lovely Luxe Rentals who provide gorgeous tabletop rentals for weddings and events.

Photographer: Andrea Krout Photography

Customize your guest list

Hannah Marie Film + PhoCoordinating place cards or a 150 person wedding can be a hassle! But with a smaller gust count, it’s much easier. We love the idea unique place card ideas and these removable vinyl decals add in a modern twist that will reall…

Coordinating place cards or a 150 person wedding can be a hassle! But with a smaller gust count, it’s much easier. We love the idea unique place card ideas and these removable vinyl decals add in a modern twist that will really impress your guests. Heatherly Design Co added them to the ghost chairs above and easily removed them in a matter of seconds after the event!

Photographer: Hannah Marie Film + Photo

Spruce up your ceremony decor

Intimate weddings don’t mean you need to go bland on the ceremony decor. Say your “I Do’s” in front of a beautiful ceremony arch. While you can use this option anywhere, we recommend them for backyard ceremonies or smaller indoor venues that may not…

Intimate weddings don’t mean you need to go bland on the ceremony decor. Say your “I Do’s” in front of a beautiful ceremony arch. While you can use this option anywhere, we recommend them for backyard ceremonies or smaller indoor venues that may not have many decor options. We love what Bloom Flower Co created using this triangle arch at an outdoor ceremony.

Photographer: Cassandra Daye Photography

add a relaxing lounge area

Social distance in style! Adding rental furniture lets you create multiple seating options while keeping guests at a safe distance. Include a lounge area or even just a unique setting for your sweetheart table or portraits. We like this set up from …

Social distance in style! Adding rental furniture lets you create multiple seating options while keeping guests at a safe distance. Include a lounge area or even just a unique setting for your sweetheart table or portraits. We like this set up from Fox and Finch Vintage Rentals that includes different seating options.

Photographer: Nina Lily Photography

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