MICRO WEDDINGS STARTING AT $1,995 FOR PHOTO, VIDEO & DJ • REQUEST AVAILABILITY HERE
A micro wedding in Omaha is similar to a traditional wedding, just on a way smaller scale. While weddings typically have 100+ guests, micro weddings host less than 50, with most micro weddings in the range of 15 to 25 guests.
Complete Weddings + Events offers couples a MicroMony, a micro wedding package in Omaha to easily host your micro ceremony and reception locally. The MicroMony package includes wedding services for a 3-hour intimate wedding ceremony and reception with 50 people or less. Fill out the form below to contact us and begin creating your package!
• Photography – professional photographer and online gallery of up to 200 edited images
• Videography – professional videographer and either a highlight reel of the event or a video documentary of the full ceremony
• DJ – Ceremony and reception sound, music, and emcee
Unlike an elopement (a bride and groom’s secretive ceremony), the guest list for micro weddings is small. But this doesn’t necessarily mean the wedding has to be anything less than amazing. Micro weddings allow a couple on a budget to bring their true wedding daydreams to life! Micro wedding packages in Omaha give your budget more freedom to add that special something to your big day that you simply could not fathom providing for 300 people.
Similar to traditional weddings, micro weddings can still include the following:
Limiting the guest list to only the people who have supported you and your fiancé’s relationship from the beginning is truly a benefit! There’s no need to invite your mother’s coworkers or your long-lost high school bestie, only your dearest loved ones are to be in attendance.
When you’re not feeding the masses, you have a wider range of meal options for your guests. You can either splurge on fine dining since there are fewer people to be feed or choose your favorite restaurant that doesn’t offer catering for large groups.
With less to accommodate, the overall price tag can drop significantly. With more budget, there’s more room to customize your day to your liking. If you’re looking to splurge on a customized catered meal, extravagant floral centerpieces, top-shelf cocktails, or unique wedding favors, you can still save money in the end when the guest list is limited.
Amy & Adam’s micro wedding at Lucille’s Ballroom in the Old Market in downtown Omaha.