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In the wedding world, we definitely saw a rise in micro weddings (microwedding?) due to the pandemic. It seems that smaller weddings, previously called elopements, coined the term “micro wedding” in 2020. While I’ve photographed micro weddings before the pandemic, so many couples made the difficult choice to have a smaller wedding due to restrictions or safety concerns. Kate and Ben’s realized during the pandemic that they were meant to be together forever and Kate broke the age old gender norm and proposed to Ben. They decided to marry themselves, thank you Pennsylvania, with just their closest family there. Micro weddings are a really beautiful and intimate way to still have your closest family and friends attend your wedding. Some couples even choose to have a larger celebration later on when things seem safer for their friends and family.

Kate and Ben got ready at home and due to rain moved the ceremony inside. Their florist, Flora Event Design, did an amazing job with their ceremony pieces as well as Kate’s bouquet, hair piece, and Ben’s boutonnière. put together an amazing ceremony where everyone felt safe and were also able to really live in the moment with them. They invited family and friends to watch online as they said their vows at 11:11 on 11/11. They took time to say hello and thank you to everyone who tuned in to see their vows.

The rain had stopped after the ceremony and we went outside for some quick family photos. Kate’s style stood out and she had on the best Doc Martin’s with her gorgeous jumpsuit. We stole away for a few quick photos by their beautiful home before they decided to cut their delicious homemade pumpkin pie. (Made with love by Ben’s mom)

Here is Kate and Ben’s microwedding! If you’re planning a smaller wedding, reach out to me here!

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