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Tiny Weddings Fair Exhibitor – Leonie Eggleton Hair and Make Up Artist

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Today’s addition to our interview series with exhibitors who will be at the Tiny Weddings Fair on 30th Sept might be our last for this fair.  We do have many more exhibitors who will be at the fair, who haven’t had the time to be interviwed.  We’re very pleased to have Leonie Eggleton, hair and makeup artist at our fair.  Come along to meet her at the Wycombe Swan to chat with her abut how he can help you to look your best for your tiny wedding.

Tell us a little about what you do.

I am a freelance hair and make up artist.  I provide a service from your own home or hotel, or any other location you choose.  I will have a consultation to get to know you, your skin and your skincare and make up routine to tailor a personal look for your big day.  I have had five years experience and am trained in bridal and occasional make u, editorial and photographic, stage, TV and film make up.

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What do you love about tiny weddings?

I love that they feel more natural and more intimate.  You really get an insight into the couple and it all feels more personal to them, showing the smaller intimate details of the wedding, for the perfect day focusing on each other rather than the guests.  The closeness of family and friends means that it can still be a perfect dream wedding; even though a grand fairy-tale wedding would be incredible, sometimes it’s not possible and the smaller details mean more.

How do you think the couples are different what working with a smaller wedding?

Overall, I don’t think that the couples are that different.  They all want everything to be perfect on their wedding day.  But when working on a smaller wedding there is more time to get to know the couple better on a personal level.

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What are the main differences in the way you do business when dealing with a tiny wedding?

I don’t think there would be a difference!  I feel that every bride would be treated the same and would receive the same standard of service whether the wedding is big or small.

If you could work on a tiny wedding with any theme, what would it be?

I would love to work on a wedding in the woods, a magical and intimate setting, keeping everything simple.  For a theme I would love to work on a boho wedding, something very free spirited; with natural colours and very 70s.

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Can you give an example of a small wedding that you have worked on in the past?

I met with the couple before the booking to get to know a little about them and their back story and what they wanted for the wedding.  I arranged  atrial for the bride and her two bridesmaids, to try different styles and looks for them, all tailored individually while keeping it simple, which is what the bride wanted.  So we were all set for the morning of the wedding, and everything went very smoothly.

Do you think that smaller weddings are on the increase?

I think they might be.  This is potentially due to cost and society.  Today, couples are investing in saving and buying houses, and choosing that over a big wedding.  They are choosing to set up their future together, so they have a small and more intimate wedding, still a celebration of their love, but in many ways more special.  Smaller weddings mean that you have the people that you love there, rather than distant family members that you might be inviting out of duty.

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Follow Leonie on Facebook, or the fair Facebook page for helpful and inspiring pictures  and information, and show your interest in our Facebook event to see updates. For some makeup inspiration, follow her on Pinterest, or for lovely pins of happy smiling eloped couples, for the Tiny Weddings Fair on Pinterest.  Follow Leonie on Instagram, or the Tiny Wedding Fair on Instagram for photos and inspiration of small weddings. Most importantly, buy yourself a ticket in advance. This will get you preferential entry into our helpful talks, entry in to a raffle to win a free engagement shoot, the first 100 orders get a goody bag, AND you save 50% off the on-the-door price.

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Tiny Weddings Fair Exhibitor – Clare’s Faux Flowers

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There are a few more exhibitors to tell you about, who will be at the Tiny Weddings Fair on 30th Sept.  If you want a bouquet that will last forever, come along and see what Clare’s Faux Flowers can do for you.  Come along to meet her at the Wycombe Swan to see some examples for yourself.

Please tell us about what you make.
Clare’s Faux Flowers sell high quality hand tied faux flowers for all occasions. I make bouquets for weddings, centrepieces and buttonholes. I also do wreaths for funerals, which I then break down and make posies for the family to keep as a reminder of their loved one. I also make wreaths for Christmas, and faux flowers for all occasions.

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What do you love about tiny weddings?

I have only just started the business and feel that tiny weddings are the way forward for me. It means that I can give full attention to the needs of the bride and groom.

How do you think the couples are different when working with a large wedding versus a tiny wedding?

I think small weddings don’t necessarily get the coverage they deserve. Couples can give more time and energy to a smaller wedding making sure everything is perfect.

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What are the main differences in the way you do business when dealing with a tiny wedding?

I have only really worked with people planning small occasions, I haven’t worked on big events, and I find that smaller events suit me well.

What are your goals in supplying a small wedding?

I would like to create flowers that make the wedding party happy and remember their special day, in a way that they would not want to go back to real flowers again.

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Clare’s website is in progress, but you can follow her on Facebook, or the fair Facebook page for helpful and inspiring pictures  and information, and show your interest in our Facebook event to see updates.  Most importantly, buy yourself a ticket in advance.  This will get you preferential entry into our helpful talks, entry in to a raffle to win a free engagement shoot, the first 100 orders get a goody bag, AND you save 50% off the on-the-door price.

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Tiny Weddings Fair Exhibitor – Liquid Mobile Bar

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Today’s addition to our interview series with exhibitors who will be at the Tiny Weddings Fair on 30th Sept is Keshell, who owns and runs Liquid Mobile Bar.  Come along to meet the team at the Wycombe Swan to have a look at their converted horse box mobile bar and to taste some examples of their mocktails, fresh juices, hot chocolates and milkshakes for yourself.

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Please introduce yourself.

I am Keshell and I own Liquid Mobile Bar. We have been running for two years, this year being our main year we have been booked up all through the summer!  We sell luxurious drinks covering pretty much any style of drink! Such as milkshakes, fresh juices, iced coffee and teas, prosecco, beers, cocktails… any anything the couple request. All are made using the best ingredients and are finished at a very high quality standard each with an extra special touch.  Working from a beautifully converted vintage horse box we fit into any theme of wedding perfectly, our bar never fails to impress especially with our magical fairy lights brightening up the scene. In addition as our bar is white we can always add some extra special decorations to match the theme of your magical day.

What drinks will you be selling to couples on the day at the Tiny Weddings Fair?

For the fair, we will be serving up our mocktails, fresh juices, hot chocolates and milkshakes. There will be many different flavours of each drink type for you to select from which is what we also take to wedding so all will be able to enjoy the treats we provide.

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What are your plans for the coming year?

This year my aim is to focus on being a part of more weddings, especially smaller sized weddings as they are more close-knit and special in their own unique ways. I feel smaller weddings are able to reflect more of the bride and groom’s personalities. So I love how this Tiny Weddings fair focuses on this target and are able to bring very high quality businesses in contact with these brides and grooms.

Can you tell us a little about what drinks and refreshments you can offer for weddings?

We offer any style of drink the couple wish from prosecco to bottled beers. We do fresh juices and milkshakes which are nice for an afternoon service and our cocktails are always a hit for the evening time. Hot chocolates are perfect for the winter weddings to heat up your guests too. All of our drinks are made using only the highest quality products and are decorated each to a high elaborate standard.

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How do you think the couples are different when working with a large wedding versus a tiny wedding?

The couple are able to have more say on the entire wedding. The little details can be explored further and clearly seen rather than being overshadowed by the larger wedding’s expectations. Many couples who choose a smaller wedding do so to avoid stress, and it is always my goal to relieve as much stress as possible prior to the big day, nobody likes stress!

Give an example of a tiny wedding you have worked on and what you did for the couple.

I had a wedding back in July for an Indian couple. I established a very close connection to the bride talking for hours about ideas she had for the day and how she wanted things to run. They had me in for a morning service in the end, serving up luxury milkshakes and juices to the guests from 8am until 10am but we stayed through till lunch as it was such a wonderful celebration.

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If you could work on a tiny wedding anywhere in the world with any theme what would it be?

It would be a festival theme wedding in the middle of the countryside. With a boho classic style theme in the open air for any couple. Not only would this be a picturesque wedding to work for but I secretly would like something similar for my special day in the future.

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Check out Keshell’s website in advance of the wedding fair and having the opportunity to taste their drink offering.  Follow them on Facebook, or the fair Facebook page for helpful and inspiring pictures  and information, and show your interest in our Facebook event to see updates.  Follow The Liquid Mobile Bar on Instagram, or the Tiny Wedding Fair on Instagram for lovely photos and inspiration of small weddings, chat with us on Twitter or with Keshell on Twitter. Most importantly, buy yourself a ticket in advance.

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Tiny Weddings Fair Exhibitor – Rose’s Bridal Room

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The ladies from Rose’s Bridal Room will be at the Tiny Weddings Fair on 30th Sept at the Wycombe Swan.  With over twenty-five years experience in bridal wear, Carol will take great pleasure in ensuring that you, the bride finds the perfect dress for your day and your body shape. Nothing is too big of an ask for Carol and she wants all of her brides to feel comfortable and fabulous on their special day.

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Tell us a little about yourself and your store.

My name is Carol and I own and run Rose’s Bridal Room. I have been a bridal consultant for over twenty years, so have a wealth of experience. My studio has over eighty new, sample and pre-loved gowns  from great designers such as Stella York, Maggie Sottero and Justin Alexander to name a few.  The gowns are at fantastic prices, ranging from £400-£1000. My studio is a one on one consultation in a relaxed friendly atmosphere, and we also offer an excellent alteration service.

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If you could be involved with a tiny wedding anywhere, where would it be?

All weddings are lovely but the thought of a wedding on a desert island would really appeal to me.

Why do think couples might of choose to have a smaller wedding?

Tiny weddings give couples the opportunity to totally personalise their wedding. I often hear brides having problems when the wedding is larger than planned; be it with the venue, catering, and even the table plan. Brides can lose control and struggle focus on what’s important to them. If the wedding is small the bride may not have to worry over bridesmaids and coordinated colours and it’s all down to her choice instead.

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Do you think smaller weddings are on the rise among your clients?

I am definitely seeing more brides keeping guest numbers below fifty, not just because of finances but again down to choice and what’s important to the couple.  The smallest wedding of one of my brides was earlier in the year; in a beautiful tree house with just four guests.  It looked like an amazing venue and the bride looked stunning too.

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Follow the Rose’s Bridal Room Facebook page to keep updated on new gowns coming in, or follow them on Instagram, or go and gets lots more information from their website.  Follow our Tiny Weddings Fair Facebook page for helpful and inspiring articles and information, and show your interest in our Facebook event to see updates. Follow us on Instagram for lovely photos and inspiration of small weddings.  Most importantly, buy yourself a ticket in advance.

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Tiny Weddings Fair Exhibitor – Ruffled By Grace

Tiny Weddings Fair Ruffled by Grace

Michelle is another fantastic exhibitor who will be at the Tiny Weddings Fair on 30th Sept at the Wycombe Swan.  The Rev. Michelle Wahila is originally from the US and now lives in Paris.  She has served as Associate Pastor of The American Church in Paris where she has organized many huge events reaching the expatriate community.  Now she performs weddings and blessings in Paris, possibly the most romantic city in the world.  Check out her website Ruffled by Grace.

Please give a brief overview of your business… 

I am a classically trained and ordained pastor (Presbyterian Church, USA), and professional wedding officiant. I have been performing weddings since I was ordained in 2005. I am the creator and owner of Ruffled By Grace: Parisian Wedding Blessings. I try not to be your typical pastor. Because I don’t serve a particular church (I used to work full time in a parish), I am able to bless every couple desiring to be married/blessed/have their vows renewed. That means I get to practice radical welcome and hospitality to ALL people.

Because of my classical pastoral background and training, I can provide pre-marital counseling, in addition to ceremony writing and myriad other pastoral services such as baptisms, funerals, liturgy and curriculum. I am also a preacher, speaker, worship leader, and creator of specialized retreats. Bonus: I can include holy communion or other rituals of the church into the ceremony. Possibly my very favorite ceremony included communion in the Champ de Mars under the Eiffel Tower.

You’ll often find me running around Paris in my Converse sneakers and my clergy collar. I love helping couples create their dream destination wedding, and I adore all things “Paris. Above all, I desire to give “grace” to everyone who contacts me – whether they book or not. This means that I will go above and beyond to help with planning, details, and resources.

Additionally, I have made every effort to source other women entrepreneurs – so my champagne, photographer, hair and make up, florist, etc – all women business owners! I have curated a brilliant team of vendors for destination weddings, elopements, vow renewals, and family promise ceremonies in one of the most sought after destinations in the world. It’s truly a privilege.

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How do you think the couples are different when working with a large wedding versus a tiny wedding?

Couples planning larger weddings often focus on the reception details. While everyone loves a good party, sometimes other parts of the day seem to fly by because everyone is anxiously awaiting the reception!

Couples planning tiny weddings have the chance to focus more on the details of their ceremony proper. As an ordained pastor, and professional wedding officiant, I love to walk couples through the details that will make their ceremony unique and memorable. Whether it be readings, rituals, or a fairy tale send off, these details create memories that will last a lifetime. Similarly, I love when a couple takes the opportunity to have a first look and photos ahead of their ceremony. Tiny weddings typically have a much more flexible time schedule that allow for these precious moments to receive the time they deserve on the wedding day.

If you could work on a tiny wedding anywhere in the world, any theme, any couple; where or what or whom would it be?

I am kind of partial to Paris! I love the city backdrop for all of my tiny weddings; it’s truly the perfect backdrop for your ceremony and photos. Similarly, I would love to work in New York City. If I had to pick another non-urban location I would say, “take me to the beach!”

I also enjoy working with couples who are thinking “outside of the box” for their wedding day and ceremony. I may come out of a traditional faith background, but I am not a typical pastor! Many of my couples find me because of my modern take on faith and my dedication to radical welcome and hospitality – and that travels anywhere!

What are the main differences in the way you do business when dealing with a tiny wedding?

While all of my ceremonies and weddings are personalized and unique, tiny weddings have the opportunity to choose even more opportunities for personalization. For example, there are myriad locations that will allow a very small wedding parties to come and take advantage of their amazing views for a ceremony or wedding photos, that would not be an option for a large wedding party.

I work with all of my couples to create a day that incorporates their dreams into a workable schedule in the City of Light! Often couples want multiple locations in Paris for photos, an excellent restaurant or Picnic on the Champ de Mars, and other special details to create their wedding narrative. When you have the tiny wedding you can easily hop from location to location, and see the best Paris has to offer on your wedding day (while sipping champagne, of course).

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Give an example of a tiny wedding you have worked on and what you did for the couple?

All of my weddings are so incredibly special – it is hard to select just one! I especially love when a tiny wedding involves the children of the couple. One couple brought their young son with them, and I had the chance to create a candy jar ceremony for the family. The simple and fun ritual was a way for their son to be a part of the ceremony, and for the family to have a special “take home” reminder of their special day. What family doesn’t want a candy jar at their home to remind them of the sweetness of life together?

Do you feel there has been an increase in tiny weddings in the past few years or have you always worked with a lot of small wedding parties?

While Paris is always a draw for “dream” weddings, I do see more and more couples who are choosing to have an intimate “white wedding.” Gone are the days when having an “elopement” means running away from their families to get married. Some couples are bringing along their families for the vacation of a lifetime. Others are choosing a “just the two of us” wedding. Tiny weddings are remarkable because they can give you your fairy tale wedding without breaking the bank. For couples on a budget, a tiny wedding can provide exactly what they are dreaming of for their wedding day, along with a bonus honeymoon.

What do you love about tiny weddings?

Tiny weddings give you the opportunity to have an intimate celebration with your nearest and dearest. Whether you are celebrating with only your spouse or have immediate family and friends with you for your special day, a tiny wedding gives you the chance to create exactly the wedding and atmosphere you are hoping for, on exactly the budget you want. I love how tiny weddings can be as luxurious or as simple as a couple desires.

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Follow Michelle’s Facebook page to keep updated on her lovely ceremonies in Paris, or follow her on Instagram, or go and gets lots more information from her website.  Follow our Tiny Weddings Fair Facebook page for helpful and inspiring articles and information, and show your interest in our Facebook event to see updates. Follow us on Instagram for lovely photos and inspiration of small weddings, chat with us on Twitter and see our posts on Pinterest. Most importantly, buy yourself a ticket in advance.

photo credit: www.catherineohara.com and www.missparisphoto.com

 

 

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Tiny Weddings Fair Exhibitor – Silverball Leisure

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Today’s addition to our interview series with exhibitors who will be at the Tiny Weddings Fair on 30th Sept at the Wycombe Swan.  We’re very excited to have the hugely experienced Rik Holmes from Silverball Leisure at our fair.  Silverball Leisure was started in 1988 as a simple disco, and over the years they have grown in experience and added more services to their offering, and have supplied discos and services to hundreds, if not thousands of events.  They want to help with your tiny wedding, or with the party you have with extended family and friends when you return home from your elopement!

Tell us a bit about yourselves.

Established in 1988 Silverball Leisure has been providing discos for parties, special events and of course weddings for over 30 years.  In that time, and with working in the wider hospitality industry we have grown our experience to be able to provide not only the entertainment but advice, support and event management on the day of your wedding.  Unlike many disco companies, Silverball Leisure is essentially a one man business – Richard – with Melanie available to event manage when required.  We do have a fabulous contacts book though, covering almost every element of the wedding world to provide any extras that you might need.

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What do you love about tiny weddings?

We love all weddings!  As with any event, its not about the scale, its about who you are with, who is celebrating with you and sharing your day.  Tiny weddings allow for an intimate day, focused on the love and the actual marriage – we don’t all need a lavish celebration!

How do you think the couples are different when working with a large wedding versus a tiny wedding?

With a tiny wedding the couples are able to be more in control of the details which matter and tend to be having a far more personal day.  Over our thirty years we have hardly ever worked a “cookie cutter” wedding, and that’s what we love about our job!

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What are the main differences in the way you do business when dealing with a tiny wedding?

In all honesty we offer the same level of service for every event and function we work – that’s why we don’t offer “packages” as many other companies do.  We are always available to give advice or bounce ideas – regardless of what part of the wedding it involves!  We provide a very personalised service, and with tiny weddings in particular that tends to be exactly what is needed

Give an example of a tiny wedding you have worked on and what you did for the couple?

We have worked every venue size from manor houses to village halls.  With smaller, personal weddings we have found that the bride and groom tend to run everything themselves, with no wedding planner or co-ordinator on hand for them.  That’s where we step in!  By having a DJ with plenty of experience we can – and have – been able to discreetly and subtly steer the day, ensuring that everything necessary happens.  This has ranged from coaching for speeches, making a toast on behalf of a nervous father of the Bride (he forgot!) to opening the drinks and providing the cake knife (yes, we carry a cake knife as standard!)

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If you could work on a tiny wedding anywhere in the world, any theme, any couple; where or what or whom would it be?

As a DJ I don’t have quite the range of options!  I love working with couples who want to celebrate their love, who want to make their day personalised to them and their characters, who involve their guests and – obviously! – love their music which means the party can be just fun!

Do you feel there has been an increase in tiny weddings in the past few years or have you always worked with a lot of small wedding parties?

I think that, although there are still couples spending large sums on big weddings, there has been a shift toward couples taking more control of the day and of the budget.  Moving away from the traditional “Mum and Dad paying” means that couples can exercise control over the guest list and have realise they don’t need to invite all their distant relations! We are seeing more couples wanting something different – be it a tiny wedding, an overseas ceremony or just a different way to party.  Our experience and versatility is key here!

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Check out Rik’s website in advance of meeting him and his team at the wedding fair on their website.  Follow their Facebook page, or the fair Facebook page for helpful and inspiring pictures  and information, and show your interest in our Facebook event to see updates. Follow Silverball Leisure on Instagram, or the Tiny Wedding Fair on Instagram for lovely photos and inspiration of small weddings, chat with us on Twitter or with Rik on Twitter. Most importantly, buy yourself a ticket in advance.

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Tiny Weddings Fair Exhibitor – Gettin’ Hitched Rocks

Gettin Hitched Rocks Tiny Wedding Fair

This is the third in our interview series with exhibitors who will be at the Tiny Weddings Fair on 30th Sept at the Wycombe Swan.  Bespoke wedding website creator guru Mell from Gettin’ Hitched Rocks will be at the fair to tell you all about her brilliant websites and stationery.  The wedding website is ideal for an out-of-the-ordinary wedding, especially one that is far from home, so we think our couples will find these very useful.

Please give a brief overview of your business… 

Gettin’ Hitched Rocks specialises in (awesome) wedding websites that change for every guest. You can show different RSVP forms, hide ceremony details from your evening guests, and ask your wedding party to arrive early without everyone else rocking up at 6am.  We also make (gorgeous) matching stationery, so you can carry the same design, humour, and personality across your whole wedding.

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What gave you the idea to start this business?

I’m Mell (hello) and I started Gettin’ Hitched Rocks after planning (and designing and coding!) my own wedding last year. I knew it would be much easier and faster to organise everyone through a website. I could update details if they changed. RSVPs couldn’t get ‘lost in the mail’. And I could show every guest exactly what they needed to know, so I could tell my wedding party about the hotel rooms I’d booked for them without the whole guest list thinking they were staying in the centre of London for free, and ask my friends with young children if they needed me to organise baby food for dinner without offending my grandmother. So I made a brilliant wedding website, and I made Gettin’ Hitched Rocks to make other brilliant wedding websites for everyone who wants a unique, gorgeous, and easy wedding and *doesn’t* happen to have fifteen years’ design and programming experience behind them!

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What do you love about tiny weddings?

A wedding should always be about you and your partner. It should be a celebration of how awesome you are and how happy you make each other. But it’s easy for that to get lost in a big wedding, when you’re made to worry about etiquette and tradition and table runners and centrepieces.  At a tiny wedding, you can focus on what really matters: you, getting married.

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Give an example of a tiny wedding you have worked on and what you did for the couple?

Moving your wedding organisation online makes it so much easier. Not only can you see RSVPs as they come in, automatically send reminders to people who haven’t RSVP’d uncomfortably close to your caterer’s cut-off date, and completely avoid the tedium (and papercuts!) of tallying up the beef vs chicken numbers yourself, it makes life easier for your guests, too.

For example, we’ve been asked to make a wedding website for a couple eloping to Jamaica. It’s going to work out a lot cheaper for their family and friends to rent villas on AirBnB than to organise separate hotel rooms – and when you’re trying to convince people to fly all the way out to Jamaica for you, any way you can save them money is a big deal!

We’re creating a section on their website with information on a bunch of villas in the area. Guests can register their interest in staying at a villa and, when all the spaces are claimed, everyone who was interested is sent all the details they need to get it booked. It’s the kind of thing that would be almost impossible to organise offline, whatever the size of wedding.

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If you could work on a tiny wedding anywhere in the world, any theme, any couple; where or what or whom would it be?

I really love working on weddings that incorporate a couple’s interests and hobbies – it makes everything feel more unique and special to them. I’d absolutely love to work on a full-out themed wedding. I’d have a lot of fun working *Harry Potter* into a wedding website – you’d have to solemnly swear you were up to no good to even see it!

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Are you convinced that you need one of Mell’s websites?  Here are all the online places you can find her awesome stuff.  Follow her Facebook page to see what she’s up to, chat with her on Twitter, follow her Instagram for updates, and see her pins on Pinterest.  Visit her Etsy shop, and follow her blog. Or just go to her website Gettin’ Hitched Rocks for lots more information.

Follow our Facebook page for helpful and inspiring articles and information, and show your interest in our Facebook event to see updates. Follow us on Instagram for lovely photos and inspiration of small weddings, chat with us on Twitter and see our posts on Pinterest. Most importantly, buy yourself a ticket in advance.

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