One couple’s yard marriage ceremony was small in dimension, however massive on laughter. Christina and Jason wed on April 18 in an intimate, five-guest (and two-pet) ceremony held within the lush yard of their Miami residence. There have been festive staples, like confetti and champagne, in addition to different nontraditional particulars . . . like a midceremony egg-and-spoon race.
After individually preparing inside their residence — with Christina carrying a white jumpsuit, and Jason a navy go well with — the 2 gathered in entrance of a round arch to alternate vows. Family members who tuned into the livestream had been in a position to witness the bride and groom’s hilarious egg-and-spoon race across the perimeter of the house. Even because it rained, Christina and Jason had been all smiles, save for some blissful tears.
Following the ceremony, the couple and their company loved a surf-and-turf meal, after which watched a roast video put collectively by those that had been unable to attend. The festivities ended with a bouquet toss, besides a child doll was utilized in lieu of flowers. (The groom caught the child.)
As many restructure and downsize their weddings to accommodate social gathering suggestions throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Christina and Jason’s nuptials show that microweddings do not have to scrimp on enjoyable. See images from the special occasion, captured by Cortiella Photography, forward.