Micro-weddings at Laloli are amazing and magical! Here are five excellent reasons to have a micro-wedding:

  1. Fewer guests actually makes planning the guest list super easy. You can treat a micro-wedding like an elopement and invite only the absolute essential people who will rock your wedding with you. You will spend more quality time with the people who are closest to you, and resist pressure to invite people who won’t bring positive energy and joy to your mini festival of love.

  2. Fewer guests means you can splurge more per head on catering, and still come in under the usual budget necessary to put on a large wedding. Our preferred caters produce memorable restaurant standard cuisine that you and your chosen guests will never forget.

  3. Planning is so much easier. We can assist you with your planning, budgeting and choices for your suppliers, and make it even easier. Being smaller, your wedding can have less of all the things that do not bring you joy

  4. You can plan a day that is more relaxed, and is customised to reflect you. Because your wedding is small, there will be fewer expectations for traditional wedding features like speeches or a tightly-organised schedule of events. You can be a rebel and plan a unique way that creatively celebrates the you that is you.

  5. Laloli is so popular that our available weekend dates book more than a year in advance. Micro-weddings can be organised at short notice, by choosing mid-week dates upon which in-demand suppliers may not already be booked out.

  6. Yes - we said five, but here is another awesome reason that applies to Laloli: with a micro-wedding you have more choice about where to hold any part of your wedding celebrations. There are some truly special, unique and perfect little spaces in the garden at Laloli that are suitable only for tiny groups, but are a magical spaces for intimate celebrations.

A magical small ceremony for Rhiannon and Tim’s micro-wedding at Laloli: photo credit Rachelle Angela Photography

A magical small ceremony for Rhiannon and Tim’s micro-wedding at Laloli: photo credit Rachelle Angela Photography