Yeah, Yeah… I know, it’s been a while since I have posted anything here, but I’ve been exploring the world of mini, micro, tiny, wee, (insert trendiest adjective here) etc.. weddings as they’ve become more and more commonplace over the past several months.
Up until now, I have resisted posting something about them, mainly because I felt it was hard to get across how special and fun these weddings can be from just my observations alone. So in the pursuit of keeping things fresh and honest, I thought I would let a bride and groom give you their spin on mini weddings.
Michelle and Aly were relatively last minute additions to my schedule and I am so glad to have been given the opportunity to be their wedding photographer. It was such a brilliant and special one for myself as it was the first back after many months off. Aaanyway… The proof as they say is in the pudding, but this is more like a picture pudding… Mmmm! In that case, feast your eyes! Scroll down, look at some of these beautiful people’s wedding photos in all their glory and read more on what they found special about their wee wedding day.
GW – “So guys, why did you decide to go with a smaller wedding?”
M+A – “We decided to go for a smaller wedding due to the restrictions from Covid. Our original plan was to have around 140 guests at a castle hotel venue and this changed to 20 guests at Seacliff beach. Although we were initially disappointed not to celebrate with friends and family from around the world, we quickly felt really connected with our new plan to have a smaller intimate ceremony on the beach. Our hope is we can have a party with friends and extended family in the next few years.”
GW – “What was it like to have a wee wedding?”
GW – “Why did you pick the location you did ?”
GW – “What would you say to anyone thinking of changing their day to a smaller wedding”