Setting Up a Small Space Wedding
When planning a small-scale wedding, there are many things to take into consideration. The first consideration is how much space you have. This is crucial for selecting the right wedding decor. Lighting is another important aspect. You should have several candles and other light sources available for the wedding. You can also add rugs in the room to make it more inviting. Rugs might not be appropriate for every wedding style.
Ideas for small space wedding venues
You have many options for small space wedding venues for those who are limited on space. These unique locations not only save money but also offer many unique features. A small space can make it possible to hold a beautiful, intimate ceremony without being overcrowded.
A restaurant can be a great location for small spaces. The location is ideal for small spaces because it allows you to keep the decor simple. Be sure to choose a restaurant you like, as there may not be enough space for your personal tastes. An Airbnb venue may be a better option for smaller spaces. This kind of venue allows couples to move from one space to another and is very cost-efficient.
If you are unable find an Airbnb venue, there are other options. Some Airbnb hosts won’t allow weddings. You can also look at smaller galleries or theaters as alternative locations. Many of these venues have high ceilings which can make a small space feel spacious.
Ideas for food stations
Multiple food stations are a great way of adding variety to a small space wedding. These stations can either be self-served, or staff will prepare the food. These stations can be both fun and delicious. One of the best food stations is the oyster bar. Guests can choose their own toppings and add some tabasco sauce if they wish.
Food stations are becoming a popular trend for wedding receptions. They make it easy for guests to mix and get to know each others. Instead of a buffet, guests can explore the reception area and sample different foods while meeting new people. This allows the bride to socialize for hours with their guests.
For evening receptions, food stations are becoming increasingly popular. They are also a great way to create a contrast to the formality of a venue. Jeremy Johnson and Julie Peterson opted to host their wedding reception at St. Paul’s James J. Hill Library. They created a unique experience by putting together a food station that combines the tastes of different cultures.
Ideas for favors
You don’t need to limit your guests’ choices for small spaces weddings. You can even make your own favors such as s’mores kit. These don’t include the ingredients, but they do come with a favor tag.
A mug is a great way to hand out favors. You can personalize the mug to match your wedding theme or colors. You could also give each guest individual tea bags. These aren’t instant coffee, but are easy to make and delicious.
Chocolate bars are a classic wedding favor that is sure to be a hit. However, you can also use them in other ways. Chocolate bars can be personalized with an illustrated label, which make them more elegant. Fresh fruits and vegetables can also be grown in your own garden. You can also give favors such as bags of seeds, which symbolize growth. As favors, some people will also give flowers to weddings.
Lip balm is another practical gift that you can give to your guests. There are many flavors available. You can also make lip balm yourself at home. Organic lip balms are a great choice.
Ideas for lighting
Wedding luminaries are a great way to bring your wedding decor to life. These unique items can easily be found at antique shops or home improvement stores. They can also give your reception a personal touch. These items don’t necessarily have to be expensive. You can also make them from items around your home.
Lighting your venue outside is a great way of adding atmosphere and making sure your guests don’t feel lost. Check for outdoor outlets as well as permits to light. You can also install shepherds hooks with candles or lanterns. Lighting is an important element in decorating. You can light trees and shrubs with candles or lanterns.
String lights are another option to provide wedding lighting. String lights can be attached to walls or ceilings to create a warm glow in the room. They can also be used to light up the dance floor and get the party started. Moving lights can be used to create a party atmosphere. They can be set to a variety of colors and sweep the room.