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13 Ways To Include Absent Guests In Your Small & Intimate Wedding

There's so much to love about small, intimate weddings. They way they feel so personal and so full of love. The way every wall, corner and rafter of your smaller venue is decorated with heart, detail and rustic wow. The way the dance floor is always full of laughing guests that have known one another forever. And that's just the day itself. There's also less stress planning your big day, the hugely smaller wedding budget and the chance to leap into married life with a chunk of savings still in your account.

Of course, part of us is saying this simply because smaller weddings are the only weddings right now. So as much as we love these purse-friendly, intimate celebrations, we also love seeing our Garden Pavilion full of happy faces and the elation etched onto the bride and groom's faces as they saying their vows in front of all of their loved ones.

It's one of those once-in-a-lifetime feelings that so many couples will miss out on due to the pandemic -- and it breaks our hearts. Thats's why we've come up with some gorgeous solutions to keep everyone happy. From planning a big party when it's safe to do so, to adding sentimental details to your decor, to giving your absent guests a (virtual) front row seat to your ceremony, here are our favourite ways to include all of your nearest and dearest friends and family in your small wedding day:

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