On what turned out to be a gorgeous afternoon in September, we spent much of the morning worrying about rain. I know they say that rain on your wedding day is good luck, but I have a strong feeling this backyard ceremony wouldn’t have been quite the same. With cloud dappled skies and a cool harbor breeze, Caroline and Ellie gathered with their closest family and friends to officialize and celebrate their union. Their vows were full of tears and giggles, and their audience was full of joy. Their photographer may or may not have been furiously wiping tears away while snapping photos. After the I dos, hugs and champagne pours were had all around, and the sweet fur children got in to the celebrating with their coordinating flower collars and “I do too” bandanas. After family and group shots, we wrapped up our time together with some alone time to take in their excitement on the dock while the sun went down.
Mico weddings may not be what everyone envisions for their special day, but I couldn’t be more in love with how intimate and special these small celebrations are. If you’re interested in something more low key, easy going, easier on the wallet, and more devoted to your union versus your 100+ guests… micro weddings are the way to go. Not to mention with the pandemic still effecting larger events, this is the perfect option to still tie the knot in 2020!
These small ceremonies are my jam and I would love to help you capture this part of your love story!
For more info on what is included in my elopement and micro wedding services,
check in with my pricing guide HERE.