Myrtle Beach is the perfect place to have a small intimate wedding ceremony.
After photographing literally hundreds of Weddings all over the United States during the past 12 years, I've actually come to really love small weddings. I feel like sometimes couples are pressured to have large weddings. I've put together a few great reasons to ditch the pressure and go small. The impact of your wedding can still be huge no matter the size of your celebration!
Three Reasons to have a Small Wedding
Many couples picture their wedding as a large gathering, and this is often the image we are presented through media. However, this isn't always the ideal situation for everybody! A growing number of engaged couples are learning about the advantages of having a smaller wedding. Here are some benefits to think about when you're considering the size of your Myrtle Beach wedding.
More freedom in budget and venue choices
We won't say that smaller weddings are always cheaper, because that isn't completely true. A small wedding can easily cost as much as a larger celebration if you're still looking to go all out on fancy embellishments. The difference between a large and small celebration is the fact that you can choose to spend that extra cash on things you wouldn't have had room for if you had three hundred guests. Similarly, it's a lot easier to choose a venue that you really love when your guest list is smaller.
Time to enjoy your reception
It's an unsaid duty to welcome each of your guests at the reception, and this can take up a lot of time! Before you know it, you've spent half of your reception going through the tables. With a small guest list, it's easier to socialize with everybody you've invited to the ceremony and the reception. They can be meaningful interactions instead of the quick small talk that takes place when you make your rounds at a large wedding.
Easier to relax
When you have a large wedding, there's a big chance that you don't know everybody to the same extent as your closest friends. There are friends of family, your partners colleagues, and family members that you haven't spoken to in a while save for Facebook interactions. Of course, these aren't people that you feel uncomfortable around, but there's a notable difference in the atmosphere with a small guest list of your closest loved ones.
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