As some couples choose to downsize their wedding amidst this covid-19 pandemic, intimate weddings, and micro weddings are becoming more popular. I’ve even heard the term “minimony” from The Knot, which is a small wedding ceremony followed by a larger event at a different time. We have extended our wedding photography and video collections to include packages for micro weddings and smaller events.
A micro wedding allows for the exploration of alternative venues such as outdoor spaces and private homes. Smaller, shorter wedding days, offer an opportunity to focus on intimate interactions, luxurious details and can even incorporate the fast-developing virtual component for guests who can not travel.
The photography needed for a micro wedding can vary. It’s most common to have us photograph the ceremony, some group/family shots, and a couple’s portrait session afterwards; this may only take an hour or two. However, some couples prefer to have some “getting ready” photos before hand, and/or some shots of the “micro-reception” afterwards. No matter your plans, we are extremely flexible and willing to offer a budget-friendly package for smaller weddings!
Marriage is the important part, and although a massive party sounds fun and memorable, an intimate wedding ceremony doesn’t have to be any less exciting.
“Laura was early and able to get started on her own. The photographer is very experienced and talented and she directed us all and made sure we were all positioned correctly, which made the photos even better. I couldn’t have asked for anything better, she surpassed my expectations. The night of the reception Laura already had a slideshow going of photos she had taken earlier in the day, I knew I’d be very happy and was excited to see all the photos.”