Marriage: 5 Reasons To Get Married In A Small Group

If you decide to get married in a small group?

Princess wedding is often synonymous with the long guest list as the arm. Only it requires a huge budget caterer, forced smiles to those who have been invited to please parents and a crazy organization.

How To Plan a Small Wedding in a Small Group Can Be More Pleasant.
How To Plan a Small Wedding in a Small Group Can Be More Pleasant.

1. It Costs Less

After renting the venue, the caterer is often what is most expensive. Inevitably, a wedding with 200 guests demands a very large budget. So unless you have lots of money or parents willing to help you, you may go into debt over several years. A wedding in a small group has the advantage of being cheaper and offers the possibility to choose an original recovery mode: why not a truck pizza or burgers?

2. There Is a Place More Easily

Accommodate 150 guests in a place necessarily limits the possibilities. By choosing to invite less than 30 people, it immediately becomes easier to find both a place for dinner and celebration and a place to house them. The new fashionable trend for urban dwellers? Rent an apartment on Airbnb madness, cheaper than a standard room.

Fewer people to her wedding, but also ensure quality time with the guests and groom....
Fewer people to her wedding, but also ensure quality time with the guests and groom….

3. One Can Enjoy Guest

All married say: his marriage, one has the feeling of having taken advantage of anyone. By reducing the guest list, you are sure to have only the best of your surroundings and to have enough time to talk with each of them.

4. It’s Less Stressful

Who says fewer people means less organization. You do not have to rack your brains to the table plans, no need to prepare 200 personalized gifts, send tons invitation…

And it is also less time spent on the torture table plans and decor.
And it is also less time spent on the torture table plans and decor.

5. No Need to Look Good

“Ah Aunt Martine, how nice for coming” Except Aunt Martine drinks like a fish and always ends up stumbling on the dance floor. As for the ex of your husband, you were hoping that she would have the decency not to come despite the polite invitation so as not to offend. Fewer people at your wedding, it’s also fewer people to bear. After all, it is YOUR day.