Intimate ceremony settings for a beautiful micro wedding

Intimate ceremony settings for a beautiful micro wedding

Now that weddings are allowed again in South Africa under alert Level 2, it’s the perfect time to start planning your big day!

Current regulations restrict the amount of guests you’re allowed. As a wedding falls under a ‘public gathering’, no more than 50 persons are allowed.

Considering this very small guest list, you won’t be needing a massive venue. Luckily, there are so many stunning ways to elevate a smaller venue to make it elegant, glamorous and intimate.

Remember to take social distancing measures into consideration when planning your big day and space your seating out. You should also have sanitising stations on hand so that your guests can stay clean throughout the day.

Here are a few of our favourite ways to dress up an intimate ceremony:

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