The wedding planning process has changed significantly in 2020.
I’m here to share some good news, and give you the tips that I’ve learned over the past few months.
Who am I? I’m Troy and I’ve been a wedding photographer and videographer for over 6 years here in Colorado.
I’ve been working with my couples since March to re-plan their weddings.
Along the way, I’ve learned a number of things.
SO HOW DO YOU PLAN THE BEST MICRO WEDDING?
Pick your dream location. There are no longer any rules to where you should have your ceremony.
Parks, locations, and businesses are all really going out of their way to be super accommodating these days, and that makes your life a lot easier.
Spend some of the money you’re saving on bringing in great vendors. Budgets usually get stressed really thin because of the number of guests at the wedding. This is your excuse to involve all of the vendors you would want to have for your dream wedding.
Set up an on location dinner, or move to a restaurant. With smaller guest counts, it’s now possible to set up a small reception wherever you’d like. Again, whatever your dream location is for this, this is probably the only year that it will be possible to do.
Schedule your ceremony when it’s good for photos. 2 hours before sunset will give us the best light for photos.
Hire a photographer (me!) for 2-3 hours. That will cover a little of the getting ready, the ceremony, family photos and photos of the two of you. (There are also packages if you’d like me to come to the reception)