Obviously in these unprecedented times we’ve had to pivot countless times to support the ever-changing CDC recommendations regarding social distancing. The health and well-being of our guests and staff are our top priority and is what primarily drives our decision process.
All that said, “Micro-Weddings” have become all the rage in this era and Dameron Farm couldn’t be more perfect for these affairs!
We’ve established relationships with all of the third-party vendors that will be necessary to pull of your event and can do as much or as little as you need.
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Per the CDC’s recommendations, we can only allow events with up to 10 guests. When this changes, we’ll certainly do our best to accommodate the rush of planners 🙂
“More is not always necessarily more,” says renowned event planner Stefanie Cove. “A microwedding is for the couple who wants to really focus and spend the majority of their budget on the smaller details, whereas it might be difficult to replicate the same experience for, say, 200 guests.”
While a microwedding can save you money, many couples are turning it into a macro experience. According to The Knot 2019 Real Weddings Study, the average overall guest count was also down, while the average cost per guest went up. “Couples can certainly save money by going the route of microweddings, though many decide to actually spend their full budget. Only on less people,” Cove explains. “Some couples will even take their budget and host the hotel rooms for their guests, along with transportation and other items that may not normally be affordable for a larger-size wedding.”
We’ve got the best charter fishing outfit on the Chesapeake Bay right across the creek from us. We can coordinate an amazing day out on the water