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Small, but perfectly formed
Q. We've opted to tie the knot as soon as possible with an intimate wedding. How do we ensure this is just as special as a larger celebration?
A. Natalee Moona says: This will still be your wedding day, so no matter what the size of the event, you should still make it amazing and special. Remember, your pictures will give you everlasting memories of the day, so make sure you dress the venue to reflect you and your partner.
I would recommend imagining how you would style your day if it was a larger celebration, but bring it down to a smaller scale. For example, if the rustic theme is for you, then why not use long wooden tables for your intimate guest list, lanterns and abundant greenery and foliage? Add in smaller rose garlands, hessian table runners and chair sashes to complete the look. Small weddings can still be big on styling details.
Natalee Moona,Chaircovers by Ziora
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