Types of Weddings
What is a Minimony?
A minimony is a mini ceremony held with your nearest and dearest or simply just you and yours truly.
A minimony is a ceremony can include up to 10 people and was created for those to honor their original wedding date or to move forward for legal purposes. The minimony will involve an officiant, a small group of loved ones, vendors your larger wedding would include: photographer, florist, + baker.
What is an Elopement?
An elopement is traditionally unplanned, spur-of-the-moment. Over the last few years, they have evolved and become personalized in every way possible.
An elopement is with the couple, a witness, photographer [who can double as a second witness], and the officiant.
What is a Microwedding?
A microwedding is a small wedding of immediate family and super close friends, typically around the 50 guests mark. A microwedding is a cross between an elopement and a traditional wedding.
Even though a microwedding can save you money, it will still be the same time investment. Some couples are spending an entire wedding budget ($40k+) and adding expenses such as hotels and transportation, items that normally may not have been affordable in a traditional wedding budget.
What is a Sequel Wedding?
A sequel wedding is basically has a two-part wedding. This is common for a lot of cultural or religious weddings, and actually what I had planned for my original wedding!
The sequel wedding will take place sometime after your minimony, for your larger celebration!
It is important to remember that this is YOUR wedding, this is a time to celebrate YOUR love for each other. At the end of the day, you two will have each other, your love for each other, and the vows you have made together. Make it how you want to remember it.