Weddings don’t have to be huge to be special. In fact, smaller weddings can sometimes feel even more special, with an intimate group of close friends and family. And, in the midst of the pandemic, when gathering in very large groups has not been as feasible, the “micro wedding” trend has been booming! If you’re looking to celebrate your upcoming union in a smaller, more intimate way, check out these 25 Micro Wedding Theme Ideas. No matter what season you are looking to have your wedding in, I’ve got theme ideas for you! From preppy outdoor summer weddings to cozy tartan winter weddings, there’s sure to be an idea here you and your future husband or wife will love. Read on for all the ideas!
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Summer Micro Wedding Theme Ideas
This Southwest-Inspired Wedding set up has gorgeous desert vibes throughout, from the terra cotta colors to the succulent centerpieces and place cards. The idea of a sunny Santa Fe under turquoise skies feels perfect for a summer wedding theme.
Summer is the time to travel! If you and your fiancé are jet setters, this micro wedding theme is perfect for you. Take guests on a journey around the world with tons of map and travel-related details.
Does the idea of being shipwrecked on a deserted island with the love of your life sound weirdly appealing to you? Talk about a getaway…in all reality it would probably get a bit old pretty quick, but you can play on the romantic fantasy of it for your micro wedding with the ideas from this Softly Shipwrecked Wedding theme.
In the mood for some summer citrus? This lemon-themed wedding is inspired by an Italian summer holiday. The bold navy and yellow pair perfectly with fresh lemon greenery. Plus, this wedding features a unique olive oil favor bar!
For more of a tropical feel, this Preppy Green and Pink micro wedding theme is best. Who doesn’t love pink pineapples? Black and white stripes add some preppy pep to the party.
Is there anything better than a summer night spent star-gazing? Channel those vibes into your wedding with a Starry Night Theme. With a mignight blue color scheme and gorgeous constellation details, you won’t even have to wish upon a star for the perfect wedding.
Fall Micro Wedding Themes
Have an orchard nearby? It’s the perfect location for a fall micro wedding setup. This Apple of my Eye-themed wedding feels fresh and fun – it even includes a dip-your-own-caramel apple dessert station!
This Moroccan-Inspired wedding theme can be used anytime throughout the year, but there’s something about the rich colors and textures that remind me of fall. It’s elegant and luxurious, and perfect for an intimate micro wedding.
For a more casual couple, a micro wedding at a craft brewery is a fun fall option! It’s urban and unique, and great for a modern group that wants to add a bit more masculinity to what is traditionally a more feminine-focused celebration.
Speaking of modern, this fall color blocked wedding theme is sophisticated and easy to pull off, and features one of my favorite DIY seating chart ideas ever. It’s a work of art!
An industrial-style wedding includes gorgeous contrasting elements, like dark colors and hard lines, with softer blush and flowing fabrics and greenery. This is quite an easy style to “fall” in love with!
For the couple that loves Halloween, why not get married on or around the holiday?! This Spellbound micro wedding theme has a dark and magical feel, but still includes beauty and elegance throughout.
Winter Micro Wedding Themes
When the weather starts to cool down, it’s time to turn to warm fabrics. For an intimate winter wedding, a tartan and tulle theme provides the perfect combination of cozy and pretty. Wooden accents add to the earthy winter cabin feel.
Speaking of warm winter fabrics, what is cozier than faux fur? This burgundy, blush, and fur themed wedding incorporates classy and cozy soft ivory faux fur throughout. The burgundy and blush mix provides a warm but light and romantic winter color scheme.
Speaking of winter forests, this black and green themed wedding is a simple yet stunning winter option. Full of lush winter greenery and stark black and white details, it even includes an environmentally-friendly biodegradable confetti toss send-off option!
For a winter option with a bit more color, opt for deeper tones like in this navy and royal purple wedding. The jewel tones look luxe next to elegant gold accents, and really set a dramatic scene.
To really make a splash at your wedding, go black and gold with an Art Deco Theme. Your micro wedding may not be as large as a Gatsby-style party, but it can feel just as glamorous and fun.
Getting married on New Year’s Eve? Start the New Year off right with your new husband or wife with this Mixed Metallic NYE Wedding. It’s all about the glamour and sparkle, with mixed gold, copper, and silver decor on black backdrops. Go ahead and pop the bubbly before midnight – there’s more than one reason to celebrate this year!
Valentine’s Day more your jam? Go big with it for your micro wedding theme and use this Romantic Ombre Theme. Valentine’s Day and weddings are all about love, after all.
Spring Micro Wedding Themes
Spring means florals, and this quaint English Country Garden Wedding is perfect for a micro sized wedding celebration. A cute living seating chart made of plants, and tiny planter place card favors mean that guests can take the spring garden home with them!
Pastels are always in for spring, and mint is always a favorite. This Modern Mint micro wedding theme feels fresh, especially when paired with crisp white and an emphasis on geometric style.
Another beautiful spring option, a Dusty Rose wedding theme makes it easy to pick florals – go with the gorgeous roses of course! The flowers themselves and their petals can be incorporated throughout, and the color looks fantastic on flowing fabrics and ribbons.
Velvet might feel like a wintery fabric, but in a bright sky blue color, paired with pretty pastel pink, it totally works for a lush spring wedding look. Greenery and some watercolor decor add to the spring vibes.
Spring weddings aren’t limited to pastels, however. If you’re more of a bright and bold person, how about this Ultra Violet wedding? The vibrant hue screams fresh spring start, perfect for the start of your new life together.
Okay, so technically you could do this one any time of the year…but when I think of Country music I think of sitting on a sunny porch with a guitar and a soft spring breeze. This rustic Country Music-inspired micro wedding theme also includes soft blues and rosy pink florals that feel perfect for spring.
Which of these Micro Wedding themes is your favorite? I’d love to hear in the comments below.
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