A minimony is a mini ceremony held in light of the recent COVID-19 CDC social distancing practices. It leaves room for a larger wedding celebration, or sequel wedding, at a later date but still upholds the original wedding date that you as a couple had planned. It is based around the most recent CDC recommendations so the legality of the event may depend on your location, but typically it is ten or fewer people including your officiant, photographer, and closest family/friends following social distancing.
A sequel wedding is the one you had originally planned before the COVID outbreak, and you should feel empowered and happy to have both a minimony and sequel wedding! You shouldn't be denied whatever dream you have built, plus I don't think I am alone in saying that when this is all over everyone will want any and every excuse to celebrate!
A microwedding is a wedding that has fifty or fewer guests typically your closest friends and family, and it is a great compromise between a large wedding and an elopement.
While traditional elopements may have been a spontaneous secretive runaway wedding, todays elopement does have an element of planning. Some of the perks: there is no need for a standard venue or a large guest list, and the possibilities are endless for personalizing the memory with incredibly unique locations and experiences!
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MINIMONY, SEQUEL WEDDING, MICROWEDDING, AND ELOPEMENT?