Micro weddings are less stressful, extremely creative, and most importantly, more personal. When your wedding is brought to its fundamentals everything becomes simpler. You can let go of the anxiety that goes with entertaining an army. This newfound equilibrium allows you to slow down and thoroughly enjoy the celebration. The overwhelming panic a large wedding can induce can be debilitating and creatively stifling. As your occasion and budget is harmonised you and your design team are able to be more creative when it comes to florals, decor, colour palette, venue, menu, entertainment, etc. Of course, the more creative you and your team get the more personal your wedding becomes. This is your seminal romantic moment, surrounded by your closest friends and family members, it ought to be intensely personal.
A great venue that does it all. With its glass adorned courtyard and romantic dinning hall, Brix and Mortar remains the venue for micro-weddings in Vancouver B.C. (Make sure you order the Vegan Harvest.)
This renovated heritage space in the heart of downtown Vancouver is the perfect spot for your micro wedding. The Art Deco vaulted ceilings and stunning stained glass skylight and windows throughout are breathtaking.
If you’re partial to the great outdoors and being surrounded by nature, but not so partial as to leave your wedding ceremony in the hands of fate, the elegant and methodically designed gardens at Bloedel Conservatory might be the wedding venue you’ve been searching for.
The highest point in the city and nestled in the heart of Queen Elizabeth Park, Queen Elizabeth Park Celebration Pavilion is as unique as it is centring.
If planning a micro wedding still seems like to much work to you, I completely agree. It is. Planning your own wedding is a prospect not for the faint of heart, or even the brave of heart! This is your day and unless you love planning events I say let a professional handle it. There are a handful of exceptional wedding planners, some of which have created some all inclusive micro wedding packages, and have crafted some truly stylish micro weddings here in Vancouver. I’ve linked them for you below.
(Please visit these photographers and let them know I sent you. They are all incredible!)
I hope you enjoyed this article and got tremendous value from it. It is my intention with these posts to help engaged couples create the celebration of love they deserve. If you are looking for a Vancouver based wedding videographer, please take a look at my work I’d be delighted to shoot your wedding film. If you would like more information on these wedding planners read my article on Wedding Planners in Vancouver BC Daring to be Different
If you are thinking about hiring a wedding videographer but haven’t decided if you need a wedding film yet, read this post: 5 reasons you need a wedding videographer.
Sending this to my cousin, thanks Victor!
You’re welcome Amanda!