As the bride and groom, you want to be genuinely happy on your wedding day. And if you are not exactly eager about inviting hundreds of people to the Big Day, you can plan a more intimate, small wedding is more than doable – and you don’t have to sacrifice the sophistication, the elegance or the uniqueness of this special moment in your life.
How to pull off a small wedding that makes for truly unforgettable memories? Here are some tips to help:
- First of all, know that you really don’t have to invite a lot of people. Yes, large weddings are fun and glamorous – but, with attention to detail and a well-organized plan, you can really have a smaller guest list, a tighter budget and a fabulous wedding.
- Furthermore, keep in mind that even if the wedding is small, providing great entertainment is key. Offer delicious foods and drinks, bring in a great DJ or band and, if possible, surprise your guests with a bit of something “extra” too (such as a special entertainer or a photo booth). It will be more than worth it.
- Also, keep the party on for as long as possible. Having a smaller wedding allows you to save money for a really memorable after-party. So provide guests with some late-night, energizing snacks and keep the party on until the sun comes up!
- Last, but definitely not least, remember that destination weddings are usually a really good idea if you want intimacy. Take your guests away on a trip they will remember decades from now and it will be absolutely amazing!
Located just 35 minutes out of Denver, Blackstone Rivers Ranch is a refreshing destination wedding venue. It provides you with a stunning mountainside and riverside view that seamlessly blends into the sophisticated, elegant and timeless appeal of our wedding venue. Come visit us to see with your own eyes and you will want to book us right away!