Micro Weddings in CT aren’t going anywhere. It seems like I am booking more weddings for 2022 on a smaller scale as well. Before the trend of micro-weddings became a necessity in 2020, I had already decided years ago that this was my niche. I love working with clients who choose to celebrate in an intimate and personal way. If you are on the fence about having a wedding with under 50 guests, I can tell you there are so many reasons to jump on board. For one, you will have a more intimate wedding which means you’ll have only your closest loved ones by your side while you marry the love of your life. The experience all together will be so much more meaningful for both you, and the guests. It means having a more flexible time-line, no pressure.
More flexibility, less stress
Which means more time to focus on what the real meaning of the day is about. With a smaller wedding you can spend money on the things that are important to you. One misconception of a micro wedding is that it can’t be elegant. This is just the opposite. If you have a smaller guest list you can have gorgeous flowers and decor and you can afford to spend more money on really quality catering. A special band, or whatever it is that you dream up. With a micro wedding, you’ll also be able to interact more with your guests. At the end of the night, you can say you spent quality time with everyone there, whereas at a bigger wedding you may only get to say hello to some people attending. In the end it equals less stress with planning, and a more enjoyable celebration.
I am here from day one, to assist with sharing all my knowledge. From vendors, to spots to get married. I’ve lived in Litchfield County for 21 years, and grew up spending summers and weekends here. I am also familiar with amazing farms, and B&B’s that specialize in hosting wedding weekends. This is perfect for any New Yorker’s who are hosting a small wedding weekend . This is a completely unique and bespoke service, that allows you to really hang out with your guests, friends and family and involves a full weekend of coverage by me, and an assistant.