Did you hear that? That shriek off in the distance was us celebrating the end of 2020! While we definitely won’t miss the rollercoaster that 2020 was, we are glad to be bringing the magic of micro weddings through to 2021!
Micro-weddings and minimonies are chicer than ever as guests lists shrink and intimate details grow. On November 22, 2020 we were able to bring Kathryn and Yin’s love story to life for their closest friends and family to celebrate. Kathryn and Yin were married civilly on On April 7, 2020 and wanted to celebrate their marriage in a safe environment to protect their loved ones as they celebrated their union. The couple chose to have their micro-wedding at their brother’s home and gave us the honor of perfecting every detail. From signs documenting the places they’ve been together, to illustrations of family pets as table numbers, and personalized corn hole boards, this day was designed to be a timeless documentation of their love story.
To welcome their guests to their celebration Kathryn and Yin wanted to give them a quick view into their adventures together before the embark upon their ultimate journey as husband and wife. Four signs representing Orlando, Florida, Melbourne, Australia, Chiang Mai, Thailand, and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia were hung upon the trees lining the entrance.
Less guests also means extra wiggle room for that floral budget! We always say that our pieces are best paired with with natural elements for a seamless look alongside your wedding’s scenery and decor. In Bloom Florist created this beautiful floral piece to accompany the couple’s schedule of events.
With health and safety being at the top of Kathryn and Yin’s priority list, we made sure that sanitization was done with the utmost class and style.
Guests were able to sip and snack the night away with their personalized popcorn bags and bar sign.
The bar for wedding favors has officially been raised. Not only did guests receive a personalized gift bag, but one of our signature customized french fry boxes for them to throw leaves at the newlyweds as an environmentally conscious alternative to flower petals.
Despite Stella’s look here, she was actually quite thrilled to find that she wasn’t the only pup making an appearance at this event! Kathryn and Yin made sure that the family pets had their shining star moments as each pet was illustrated and assigned as a table number for the family’s reception area. The highlight of our night was seeing the little ones play through the window of the house as we took down decor and signage.
This wedding has given us a whole new appreciation for micro-weddings, minimonies, elopements, and all the special small gatherings to tell the tale of a love story unfolding. Designing intentionally customized micro-weddings is our new favorite hobby so be looking out for all the special details coming to 2021!
Signage + Stationary: www.andimejia.com