An Intimate Ceremony: Surrounding Yourselves with Those Most Dear

While some couples want a big wedding with a lot of guests, some may opt for a much more intimate ceremony. ©lmfotografia/DPC

While it is fun to dance, mingle and chat with friends and family at your reception, some couples find it pleasant to keep their ceremony an intimate affair, exchanging vows with only a few choice people present.

This can be a nice idea because while celebrating your nuptials is all about fun, the actual ceremony is supposed to be special and touching, and some couples may find that they only want to share this loving moment with those closest to them.

It can also make planning your ceremony easier. You won't need to find a church or other location that can accommodate a large group and you won't need to coordinate with too many schedules.

Some couples even opt to keep their ceremony 100% private, feeling that the intimacy is something for them alone, and then they invite everyone to join in during the reception. This can be great if you want to keep unsolicited advice out of your special day.

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Contributing Writer

Mati Brown holds a Journalism degree from the University of Massachusetts – Amherst. She has written for several publications, including the Berlin Reporter, EDGE publications, and the Falmouth and Mashpee Bulletins. A current resident of Brewster, she is glad to be writing about the area she grew up in. Connect with Mati on Google+.

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