If you want to get married now without losing the magic of your special day, a micro-wedding is a great option for couples to consider as they walk down the aisle. From the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney NSW to the Australian National Botanic Gardens in Canberra, there are plenty of great options when it comes to holding your micro-wedding in an Australian botanic garden. You can get married on the mountainside, in the bush, in the cottage or barn, and they also offer special packages for elopements and micro-weddings. The Hartman, an intimate bed and breakfast just outside Toronto, is a top Canadian destination for micro-weddings and getaways.
Sugarbush Inn's micro-wedding packages are ideal for a small ceremony and reception and can accommodate a minimum of 11 and a maximum of 40 guests. A micro-wedding is an intimate affair that focuses on celebrating the love of the bride and groom, rather than all the palaver that comes with a large celebration. If you're planning a small wedding, you'll need to budget for the typical wedding elements, but you'll be able to save a lot on food and drink costs. If you're ready, check out these 5 unique micro-wedding ideas that are perfect for these socially distant times.
This public nursery on Long Island is a plant lover's paradise and from July to October, Peconic River Herb Farm hosts micro-weddings for 60 to 100 people. Another option for a unique micro-wedding is in a beautiful botanical garden surrounded by your friends and family. About two hours from New York, this little-known winery on the Nissequogue River only accepts micro-weddings of 60 people or less. Landscape aside, this outdoor venue requires events of 30 or more people to book the entire complex; micro-weddings of less than 30 people must reserve a total of six chalets.
Nella Terra Cellars is a good example of how micro-weddings can still be magical even with a smaller group.