Welcome to my blog. Today I’m going to talk to you about Micro Weddings here in the PNW and how fun it can be to create your own wedding with 20 people or less. Some people may argue it’s 50 or less. At the end of the day, you get to decide how small and intimate your wedding can be. The smaller you go the less you have to budget for and manage. You get to focus on all the details you have dreamt of without the fuss of a big venue. Or you can purely go simple with no need to think about any sort of details for the day. It’s just you and your partner surrounded by the closest of family members and friends.
If you want, you can hone in on exactly the wedding you dreamt of that highlights you and your partner’s personalities and the heart of your lifestyle in your celebrations. You get to the splurge the budget in ways you thought you never could when you don’t have to pay for a large venue, catering for hundreds of people, etc. This particular inspirational photoshoot was done in a photography studio loft in downtown Seattle that was an inexpensive Airbnb rental. If you plan on becoming man and wife down at the courthouse of Seattle, look no further to Lauren Ryan Photography arranging a rental for a few hours to capture indoor photographs in a stylish setting.
Many options for small venues exist including unique Airbnbs, VRBO rentals, waterfront properties owned by friends or family (if you can borrow the space), get a permit for a Seattle or Washington State Park, and so many other options outside of traditional venues.
If you are planning your Micro Wedding for 2020 or 2021 reach out to me. I would love to photograph the heart of your wedding day. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Models: Elise & Teagan