21 min

A Case for a Smaller Wedding Party Ask the Planner with Desirée Adams: A Wedding and Event Planning Podcast

    • Society & Culture

Have you invited your family and friends to be members of your wedding party yet? If not, today’s episode is for you. In this episode, I wanted to make a case for a smaller wedding party. As a luxury wedding planner in Upstate NY, I always love to see trends unfold in real-time and of course, have an opinion on them. Over the last two years, couples have naturally been drawn toward smaller wedding parties and smaller guest counts. However, as guest counts increase again, wedding party sizes seem to increase right along with them! 
While I love a big wedding and jam-packed dance floor, today I’m going to make a case for a smaller wedding party. If you are newly engaged and haven’t chosen your wedding party yet, today I’m sharing 6 things you might not have considered yet.

To fast-forward to a specific part of the podcast episode, check out the timestamps below: 
Reason #1 - You’ll save money on stuff that doesn’t matter so that you can splurge on the stuff that does [3:20]Reason #2 - It enhances your wedding day experience by making it feel more intimate and less chaotic trying to do all the things with all the people [7:00]Reason #3 - It makes your getting-ready suite feel a lot roomier and more comfortable [8:15]Reason #4 - You can start getting ready at a more leisurely time later in the day and worry less about having half a dozen hair and makeup artists in your schedule [10:05]Reason #5 -You don’t feel like you’re herding cats on your wedding day. From photos to getting from one location to the next, a smaller group always seems to know exactly where they’re supposed to be. [12:20]Reason #6 -Lastly, you can spend extra time loving on the people you care about the most. [13:42]Connect with the show!
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Have you invited your family and friends to be members of your wedding party yet? If not, today’s episode is for you. In this episode, I wanted to make a case for a smaller wedding party. As a luxury wedding planner in Upstate NY, I always love to see trends unfold in real-time and of course, have an opinion on them. Over the last two years, couples have naturally been drawn toward smaller wedding parties and smaller guest counts. However, as guest counts increase again, wedding party sizes seem to increase right along with them! 
While I love a big wedding and jam-packed dance floor, today I’m going to make a case for a smaller wedding party. If you are newly engaged and haven’t chosen your wedding party yet, today I’m sharing 6 things you might not have considered yet.

To fast-forward to a specific part of the podcast episode, check out the timestamps below: 
Reason #1 - You’ll save money on stuff that doesn’t matter so that you can splurge on the stuff that does [3:20]Reason #2 - It enhances your wedding day experience by making it feel more intimate and less chaotic trying to do all the things with all the people [7:00]Reason #3 - It makes your getting-ready suite feel a lot roomier and more comfortable [8:15]Reason #4 - You can start getting ready at a more leisurely time later in the day and worry less about having half a dozen hair and makeup artists in your schedule [10:05]Reason #5 -You don’t feel like you’re herding cats on your wedding day. From photos to getting from one location to the next, a smaller group always seems to know exactly where they’re supposed to be. [12:20]Reason #6 -Lastly, you can spend extra time loving on the people you care about the most. [13:42]Connect with the show!
📞 Leave us a Voicemail: (585) 210-3467
IG: @asktheplannerpodcast
TikTok: @asktheplannerpodcast
💻: http://asktheplannerpodcast.com/
💌: asktheplannerpodcast@gmail.com

21 min

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