Micro Wedding Packages for Maryland Couples

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Micro Wedding Packages

Are you looking to have a small, intimate ceremony somewhere in Maryland but don't want to sacrifice quality?

If so, a micro wedding package may be just what you're looking for.

A micro wedding package offers all the amenities of a traditional wedding but on a much smaller scale. This can be perfect for couples looking to save money and time while still having a beautiful and memorable wedding day.

So if you want a small, intimate wedding without sacrificing quality, then a micro wedding may be just what you're looking for.

What are Micro Weddings?

Micro wedding packages from Monica Browne Weddings.

Micro weddings are smaller events that typically have 50 guests or less.

Unlike a big wedding, these events often focus on quality over quantity, and couples usually save money by having a smaller guest list, less food, and a smaller vendor team.

Micro weddings can be held at various venues, from traditional venues to more unique locations like barns or wineries.

Plus, micro packages typically include all the amenities of a traditional wedding, from the ceremony space to the reception hall and even your overnight accommodations.

The Advantages of Having a Micro Wedding in Maryland

In recent years, more and more couples in Maryland have opted for small weddings over large, traditional events. And several benefits come along with having a smaller intimate event.

Here are just a few of the many benefits:

You'll Save Money

One of the biggest benefits of micro weddings is that you'll save money.

With the cost of a 100-person wedding in the Washington, DC area at around $28,000 - $37,000, you'll spend less on everything from your venue to your catering when you have a smaller guest list. Plus, you can often get discounts on vendor services when you have a smaller ceremony and reception.

You'll Save Time

Planning a large traditional wedding can be extremely time-consuming. But with a smaller event, you'll have more time to enjoy the planning process and focus on the essential details. Plus, you won't have to spend as much time coordinating with your vendors or dealing with logistics.

You Can be More Creative

When you have a nano event, you have more freedom to be creative with your decorations and details. Plus, you can get discounts on your vendor services when you have a smaller event.

You Can Focus on Quality Over Quantity

One of the best things about having a micro wedding is that you can focus on quality over quantity. When you have a smaller guest list, you can spend more time and money on making sure each guest has a wonderful time. Plus, you'll be able to create a more intimate setting that will make your wedding day even more special.

Micro weddings are becoming increasingly popular, so if you're considering having one, then start planning your dream day today with one of Maryland's unique micro wedding packages.

Wedding Venues You May Want to Consider for a Small Wedding

These are just some of the wedding venues in Maryland that will host your micro wedding.

What are Your Next Steps

#1. Set a Budget

The first thing you'll need to do when planning is to set a budget. You'll save money on everything from your venue to catering when you have a smaller guest list. Plus, you can often get discounts on your wedding vendor services when you have a smaller wedding.

#2. Choose Your Wedding Venue

One of the best things about having a small wedding in Maryland is that you can be creative with your venue. You can choose to have your custom ceremony and reception at the exact location or opt for a unique setting like a park or an outdoor garden venue.

#3. Choose Your Guest List

Another good thing about having a micro wedding is focusing on quality over quantity. When you have a smaller guest list, you can spend more time and money on ensuring each guest has a wonderful time. Plus, you'll be able to create a more custom, private setting that will make your wedding day even more special.

#4. Start Planning

Now that you know what a micro wedding is and how to plan one, it's time to start planning your dream day. With some help from Monica Browne Weddings, you can have a small, unique wedding that you'll love.

We Make Planning Your Small Wedding Really Easy

  • Talk To Monica

    Call and talk with Monica and see how she can help you plan everything.

  • Create A Budget

    Work out your costs and start planning your wedding details.

  • Enjoy Your Wedding Day

    Just enjoy your wedding day and cherish the moment.

Book a 15-minute no pressure call with Monica and see she can help you plan your wedding.

Wedding table decorations by Monica Browne Weddings

What Do I Need to have a Small Wedding?

  • Wedding planner
  • Your Closest family and friends

  • Small wedding venue

  • Wedding Decor
  • Small wedding ceremony

  • Small wedding reception

  • Officiant

  • Marriage license

  • Photographer

FAQs

#1. How Many People Count for a Small Wedding?

A small wedding has a guest count of 50 people or less. Any number more than 50 guest will be considered a medium or large wedding.

#2. Who Do I Invite to My Small Wedding?

You want to invite your closest family and friends to your wedding, and you don’t want the guest list to go over 50 people.

#3. How Long Should a Micro Wedding Be?

Micro weddings are just smaller than traditional weddings with a smaller guest count, smaller ceremony, and smaller reception. Reception length will depend on how long you want to celebrate!

#4. How Much Should You Spend on a Micro Wedding?

There is no set amount that you must spend on a micro wedding. However, a micro wedding is typically more low-key than a traditional wedding and often costs less. Couples may want to save approximately $5,000 to $30,000 for their micro wedding.

#5. How Can I Save Money on a Micro Wedding?

Some ways to save money on a micro wedding include:

  • Reducing the guest count
  • Choosing a less expensive wedding venue
  • Asking friends and family to help with decor, food, and music
  • Eliminating or reducing the wedding party
  • Choosing simple decor and flowers
  • Selecting a shorter menu
  • Saving on the wedding dress and suit
  • Opting for digital invitations
  • Doing your makeup and hair
  • Choosing a less expensive photographer

Book a 15-minute no pressure call with Monica and see she can help you plan your wedding.