Wedding season is in full swing this time of the year and if you’re one of thousands of couples stressing out about the expense of a large wedding – you’re not alone. Similar to the trend of tiny home living, microweddings are for couples who want to save money while making the wedding experience more meaningful. Here are four ways you can incorporate tiny home living into your big day while staying on budget.
- Cozy up in a tiny house engagement photo session. If you’re looking for the perfect spot to capture your engagement pictures – don’t make it difficult, keep it simple. If you already live in a tiny house, invite a photographer in to capture the sweet snapshots of your tiny life – or rent a tiny house for the night and get cozy and comfortable. One engagement photographer dubbed her tiny house photo shoot as “my most dreamy session ever.” Just look at the pictures.
- Host the ceremony and guests in a tiny house community. Get a look at Wee Casa, a tiny-home community located in northern Colorado that touts itself as the world’s largest tiny house resort. They offer a variety of wedding packages that let your entire wedding party get a taste of what it’s like to live tiny. The bride and groom get to pick their tiny house first while guests can have fun trying out the different tiny house floor plans.
- Make the chapel come to you. This tiny chapel has wheels and will travel. Some couples want to skip the large church wedding and have a smaller, more intimate wedding ceremony, so what’s better than a wedding on wheels. The happy couple gets to pick the perfect location while the tiny chapel rolls in to deliver the vows. A basic, budget-friendly wedding package in the tiny chapel starts at $100.
- Book a tiny house honeymoon. Newlyweds don’t need a lot of space, they’re looking for lots of together time – and privacy. Couples can save big bucks on the honeymoon budget if they are open to a tiny house rental located off the beaten path. Here’s a list of the 14 Stunning Locations for a Tiny House Honeymoon.