Dreams of having a large wedding ceremony in 2020 may be dashed but many couples are going ahead with their plans to tie the knot by changing their vision and opting for a "mini wedding" instead. As there is a Southern Californian ban on large weddings, businesses are pivoting to support couples who still want to celebrate, perhaps on a much smaller scale than they'd originally intended.
Mini Wedding packages are all-inclusive and can accommodate up to 10 guests. As well as catering to a much smaller number of guests than usual, the concept also shortens the event time to just 1.5 hours and appeals to those who still want to enjoy flowers, cake, decorations and a meaningful moment shared with close loved ones.
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An All-Inclusive Mini Wedding Shares the Essentials for Up to 10 People
Laura McQuarrie — June 25, 2020 — Lifestyle
References: theminiwedding & prnewswire