As you start to plan your small wedding you’re going to be thinking a lot about who you want to be there. This is probably one of the hardest things you might have to do.
First off, everyone will understand. Period. If they are truly loving of you and the complicated situation you are put in they will totally understand. With that, who will be making the cut? You had a group of humans who expected to be there for your special day and now you’re going to be letting a lot of them down. I can’t imagine how that feels.
But what if you say “making the cut” into “who can you be involved in a new way”? Mind blowing right?!
I have some insight for you, there are other ways to include family in your elopement. Just because they’re not physically present doesn’t mean that they can’t be part of the process. Here are a few meaningful ways to include your family throughout the elopement process:
——— Bottom line: this is your commitment, your experience. Invite your family into your small wedding in a way that feels intentional to you.
May 24, 2020
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