a small wedding with 20 guests or less
What is a microwedding?
In the oh-so-many bridal industry adaptations during the pandemic, microweddings were front and center. Smaller weddings tend to be more personal and emotional and even bigger budget items (designer florals, lush table settings, etc.) are more in reach with wedding budgets due to a smaller headcount.
Sam + Jonathan
Lake at Cedar Hill
When COVID's international travel restrictions postponed Sam + Jonathan's formal ceremony for a year, they chose a gorgeous October afternoon to become husband and wife. Using the dock of their venue for their dream day a year away, they exchanged vows among spring flowers and their family. Simply elegant.
Lydia Mountain Lodge
Kai + Kevin
Kai + Kevin celebrated an intimate ceremony on the balcony of Lydia Mountain Lodge with their closest family + friends in July 2021. The bride + groom were welcomed as Mr + Mrs with a fun bubble entrance after their bridal portraits.
Keep the you find
meaningful + design your microwedding around what you want your day to be
Who says you need to have a few hundred people for a fairy tale wedding? Not us!!
Schedule a free bridal consultation with us if you're considering a microwedding. Katie + Cindy both have experience guiding brides through their wedding planning and details of their wedding day to make sure all the meaningful moments are captured in a shortened amount of coverage.
Video add-on packages can easily be tailor made for microweddings based on your vision for your wedding day. We love consulting with you or your wedding planner for tips on how to make the most out of our microwedding day coverage.
Up to 4 Hours of Coverage.
Two photographer team.
Edited images are delivered in a digital gallery for downloading, viewing, and sharing.
Full rights to download, share, and print your images.
Images guaranteed within 4 weeks, but often delivered within 7-9 days.
**Booking restrictions apply. Will only book Saturdays within 6 months of your date.
Katherine + Wes
Katherine + Wes wanted a quiet intimate wedding at her family farmhouse. Katherine's meaningful touches included inviting her aunt to officiate their ceremony and her sister to make their wedding cake. The pops of red and emerald green only added to the Christmas wedding elegance in Linville, Virginia. Their fun and laidback personalities made sure to include their goats and sheepdogs in their bridal portraits. Just perfect.